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VOL XVIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 26 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NOG
"CVKS IN TIIR
HACK 0V SXIH HEAD , "
Oliver WcmtfU IlolmcF , llalos Glrdlcr ,
credited with having oycs In < ho back of
I8 | head , bccnutio he MW tilings behind
ns \\oll us In front. Tills unM ail duo to
jijs oxtitimely large , old fashioned , ronnd
epoch clo leiifcs , Hi uhloh objects behind
Jilm were plainly reflected 1 roper Klassus
on dotectlvo oycs of the present dny
woul * umnblo tholr jiosecpsorH to tco
jiiiiny tiling ? with perfect eaeo that now
( .ei'in dim alul Indistinct Thoeu wbo
Imvo "ever avnlled themselves of cliias
ntdcull spectacles "nulsnnceo , " o tiers
who utcopt ilie aid In n timely manner
call the' ' " "blcBdngB "
Cnll thorn what yon picaao
My Blueses filvo yon cape.
Graduate of Chlcoco Opt Imlmlc College.
J. G. Haeberle's :
It iHf't lli inn torlnl
Hint ifotiM Into vi nr
> vntvli tli t
! M > -nj3iit . - . i rjou ; Jlou ;
ihul uoL'Hliiu tmt > ui f3 , suy bi
can huy the flno kli di of nnterlnl
Unit I IHO In rrpnirlrg ; but tkill
is tlio most valuable maturial thnt
cin bo iHcd in natch repairingj
nrd the bun ler cnn't buy it. 1
sell my skill ( or what It la worth
nud it will coat you ices thin
at , lowrr prices.
P. W. IIA YES.
Jo.vjlor and Opt'oinu.
Wi-st fide of Eqtmro.
FouSAiK A one story cottage
with six largo rooms , pleasant yard
an ! Burroniilin ( > p , Price $000
O.ill on L. J. Gaudy or at this
'ollioe. 7 10th tf.
J. P. Gaudy , one of the founders
of Broken Bow , new of Alva Ok
lahoma arrived in the oity Monday
morning from his eoutbron homo
rn a visit with relatives and friends
Mr Gaudy speaks very fulteringly
of hia country. Ho holds at tl'o pre
sent time the position of field mar
shal and is regent of the govonunpn'
agricultural school , and besides is
engaged in breeding Short Horn
Dr. T. W. BasH , dentist , Broken
The jir rubber that .ikocps fruit ,
at J. 0. Bowon'u
Fresh SapsafraHB at.
Foil HAI.K. A tltoronbrcd hbre-
ford bull. Wit FnKY. tf.
Foil SAIV Two good ohow
cases' W. II. OSIIOKNK. tf
Fruit jars , glaep and stone , at J.
Pepnin Gum , two packages lor a
nickel at WIUCINS' PHARMACY.
Cannon City coal at Diorks
Go to Mike Scaulou's Rcstur-
ant for the best lunch in town
and confectionery ,
Spring : o horel Drink Sassafrass
Tea for your blood.
If you are eiok and wish O got
v\ell HBO our quaker bath cabinet ,
at J. C. Bo wen's.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co , when in need of an ab.
slract of title. E. Uoyso abstractor.
Write Uaydon Bros. , Omaha
Wholcflalo Supply House for priset
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
CAHINET PIIOTOS iJ-2.00 A DOZBN ;
at U. L. Fiazicr's studio , west
Abatrauts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royso abstractor ,
Cherry pitter that pits , at J : C.
3o wen's ,
FOR SALE Tvioyrarold white
'ace bull , seven good yourg COWP ,
two steer calves.
tf A. T. SKYBOLT.
Wauled Cattle to 1'aslnro.
1 have a fine [ section of pasture
and and want at least 100 head of
cattle to pasture. Plenty of water
and salt guaranteed.
tf Jitssit GANDY ,
Pure cider vinigar is J. C , J'ow-
eii's trade mark and it is true to
lame. It is a pioklo keeper.
I'ENN & DOKRIS ,
All Kinds of work in our lice done
piomptly and in first-claes order. Red
3lup on the corner , west of tue hose
loueo. Give us B trial.
A Good Thing-
Our Great-Grandmother' garrets
containing the naino herbs of all
icaling found in Karl's Clover root
on. They gave our ancoatoi
strength , kept tlio blood pure , oud
will do the same for you if you say
so. Price 26 els. and 50 cts. Sold
jy II. G. Haoberlo.
WANTED One young man from
Ouster countv , Nobr. to prepare for
the coming RAILWAY ; MAIL
SERVICE examination. Wo fur
nish everything , inoluding BOOKS
and MAPS. Addrofip , enclosing
tamp , Inter S ate Corri spondenco
[ iiHlimU , Cedai Rapids , H. 4' .
Q.A.Qrlf/lth Infotms ui tUat the
tafBlioppcra have cummenccd on hit
corn OB umny OB fifty on oin sulk.
G. A. Orlfllth has commenced to cut
down the ' 111 on'ttio now rend weet of
Rym. If others would do likowlao It
wc-ulil improve the roatl and stop a pro
II. G , DoA-nel Is Id'd up Ho has H
crick In his back , lie IB gone to C.llu\vi\y
to day ( or mcdteal treatment.
After very hot weather last week wo
were M'oml with n hcftvy rnin on Sun
day nlfi'it ' , prcccpltntlon two inches ,
thoroiiRlily bonking the ground ; the corn
hae responded and is mi a boom ; post
ures revived nud the farmers horoa a
wo'l , ihliiRs Jotk-id bno : but it now
prom BOB a fair crop of corn.
A Fire At Cnlltnvny.
Roy Welch of Callaway had the
mihforlune Monday night of having
bib store burned. It was not half
an hour after he had left the Ptorc
that tbo building was discovered on
fire. The orgin of the lire is not
known but is supposed to have been
from the explosion of a lamp. The
value of the goods and building is
estimated worth $10,000 , insurance
' 5s 1000. It was by hard work that
other buildings in close proximity
were saved ,
Job printing at this office.
The county board adjourned last
Wednesday to Sept.
Wo ffill furnish the Kansas city
Journal and RKPUUMOAN for 81.25
pur year , f
R. M. Di'okson ' of Cnllaway was a
friendly caller Tuesday ,
Roy Barnard Junior editor of the
Callaway Courier was a friendly
Mr. and Mrs. . C. A. Chapin are
the proud parents of another boy to
blo38 their homo , He was born
Monday night the J3id.
Mrs. Charles Steers of Iowa Falls
is visiting in the oity with her
mother-in-law Mrs. II. Walton.
Blackwell and Pnrcell will
give a dance Friday night , at
the opera house. Go and enjo } '
W. II. Osborno Jr. has resigned
the oilico of First Lieut , of Co , M.
His resignation lias been aooepted ,
has bt'on oleutod to fill the vacancy
and L. Liylon second Lieutenant.
There is no doubt but the electors
will bo confirmed by Gen. Barry.
Ama Amsborry , Verda Thorpe
and Dora Iliatt wont to Omaha the
first of the week , where they have
secured work for a few weeks for
( ho Republican State central ooni-
Quarterly meeting at the U. B.
church next Saturday and Sunday.
,1. J. Smith , P. E , will preach Sat
urday evening and Sunday moining
Preaching at Church of Chrirt
Sunday morning and evening all are
cordially invited to attand. The
endeavor social held in ( ho Munk
grove was a BUCOOBB. The endeavor
society wishes to express its thanks
for assistance rendered by band
boys and others.
The lawn sociable given Tuesday
night at the residence of J. M.
Kimberling by the B. Y. P. U. was
quite a success. The program was
most excellent and the attendance
laige. The receipts were 5-21.00.
The band boys and others who gave
their assistance in carrving out the
program have the thanks of com
A fine ram visited Custor county
Sunday night and not only greatly
improved the conditions of the corn ,
but revived the fooling of every
body. The precipitation as far as
reported was from ono to two
inches , varying in different locali
A. J. Bnk. an old gentleman hv-
iiug ten miles north of the city was
stricken with paralasis Thursday of
last week from which ho never re-
Rained confiuiouBiu-ss but died the
following day. Hie remains were
laid to rest in the Broken Bow
Cemetery Saturday. Ho loaves a
wile and one or two small children
to mourn his death.
Broken Bow merchants have
struck bed rock prices on Groceries
Go to A. Wallace west Bide of
square and get the list of articles
for * 3.20 :
1 pkg breakfast food 4 Ibs coffee
1 sack Hour 1 dozen pickleB
G bars soap 1 Ib dried poaches
1 pkg yeast 1 Ib evap. Apples
8 Ibs sugar 1 Ib starch
1 pkg feoda 1 Ib dried apricots
} Ib spices 1 Ib rico
S. Neth of Union Valley reports
the quality of wheat in his vicinity
bettor than last year , and the con
dition of corn excellent. He made
a trip Saturday south west boyonc
Caljawav and reports that in the
round trip he only saw ono Hold of
corn that was badly damaged by
tbo dry weather. Ho thinks tha
the rain Monday night insures an
average crop of corn in the county
and that another such a rain in
week or ten days will still increase
Let ; llrokcn.
Ellsworth Penn while attempting
to laffioo a wild horse in a corra
near W hitman Saturday from among
a bunch of horses was run over by
tbo herd and sustainnd a sever
fracturo'of the log between the kne
and hip. Dr. W. E. Talbot wont t
Whitman and brought him dowi
homo Sunday night and reduced th
fraotnro Monday. Not having
proper medical oaro immediately th
unfortunate man was in a danger
ous condition when they roaohoc
homo with him , but at the prcson
writing ho is getting along fairly
Rev , J , R. Woods of Maeon City
was a friendly caller this morning.
The teachers institute closes this
week. It has been a very success fill
Fied Rinno is one of the happiest
mon in town. Ilia wife and ohildron
amved last evening from Arkansas
o n a visit and may conclude to rc-
Rates to the State reunion of the
G. A. R. of Nebraska from the 13lh
to 18th of Aug. will be one faro.
'I ho Hcadquartot's train of the
Department of Nebraska for the
National encampment at Chicago
will start from Broken Bow on the
morning of August 25. The rates
will bo ouo faro lor the round trip.
Judge Reese , of Broken Bow
commander of the G. A. R depart
ment of Nebraska has accepted an
invitation to attend the Nebraska
Epworth assembly and preside enG
G , A. R. day which will bo Tuesday
Aug. 7. State Journal.
J. II , Eilmistcn chairman of the
fusion state central committee made
this oilico n friendly cal 1 Tuesday.
As ho did inform us what his mission
to Custor oounty is at this time we
can only conjecture that a bad con
dition of the fusion fences is alone
roeponsiblo for his hurried visit so
soon after the pop state convention.
It is assorted however that Bryan's
barroll is not larpo enough to buj
oft' the mid road loaders. Time will
WANTED. Throe or four more
boarders. Enquire of Rlre. U. W , Kd-
varda , in Reality Block.
I have a second hand Minnesota
cheap thrashing machine in good
epair that I will sell at a bargain ,
7 19 If C. S. MARTIN.
FOR SAJ.K Eight room house
nd ouo aero of land also Burdott
7 10 tf Inquire of L. E. KOOK ,
Low rates Thursday , August 2nd.
One fare plus § 2 for the round
Denver , Colorado Springs , Pueblo ,
Glonwood Springs , Salt Lake City
Return limit , October 31st.
See the local ticket agent of the
Turlington Route ,
Beautifully illustrated book dos-
riptivo of Colorado mailed on re
ceipt of six cents in stamps.
J. Francis ,
General Passenger Agent.
Last Friday night Frank Berger ,
ono of the early settlers , and suc
cessful farmers of Westorvillo com-
milted suicide by drowning himself
u the cistern. The deceased had
) eon allltotod for two or three years
ind his mind had booomounballauo-
od. Ho stole out of his room some
imo Friday night and removed the
cover from tho'oistornaud east him-
elf into eight feet of water which
United liretliern Itally.
The United Brethren of Glister
county will hold a rally and picnic
n Vannion's Grove , 2 miles west
of Broken Bow on Tuesday , July
- } 1,10(0. ( J. J. Smith P. E , and
J. F , Green , ono of the pioneer
preachers of Custor countp , are ex
pected to bo present. There will bo
preaching and class meeting in the
Forenoon , bo giving at 10 a. m.
followed by a basket dinner. In
the afternoon a program consisting
of songs , recitations , short address
CH and reminiscences will bo given
' 1 hero will probably bo preaching
in the evening. Evorypody is invited
vited- Come and have a grand
The31. U. A. 1'iciiic.
State organizer of the M. 13. A
S. S. Ilayman of Grand Island has
accepted an invitation to attain
the M. B. A. backet picnic to b
held in this city Saturday Aug. 4
Invitation if > extended to all mem
bers oi the M. B. A , of the county
to attend and thus lend their aHsig-
topce in making it a success. Th
program will consist in music
speeches and recitations. Members
are urged to bring their friends
with them. No ono is excluded
Mhothor mcmlors of the M. B. A.
or not , All who fool inclined to
join in a day of pleasure are invit
ed to bring their baskets with them
and enjoy a day m the cool shtulo.
The Broken Bow lodge will piovido
the lemonade and ice cream free.
WnGW by the use
Baking Powder is considerable
Royal is economical , because it
possesses more leavening power' '
and goes further.
Royal saves also because it
always makes fine , light , sweet
food ; never wastes good flour ; '
butter and eggs.
portant still is ] ese
the saving in
05 ® 4
der adds anti- 4h&w
dyspepti c $
qualities to the I as titno SSoyaB
Imitation baking powders almost invariably cotta
tain alum. Alum makes the food unwholesome.
ROYAL DAKIUQ POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YOHK. '
Tlic ( omillHt Htate Coiivontluti.
On sohodnlo titno ns per call the
mid-road populiats mot in Graud
aland last Friday to rogiator their
opposition to fusion and to save
heir party from being sold out
> odily to domooraoy. The attond-
inco was highly Haltering to the
eadcrs aa well as a just rebuke to
hose who bad sold thorn out to the
Custor oounty was roproeontod by
a number of dologatcH" and the
county received due recognition by
Our respected townsman , Taylor
Flick received the nomination for
governor by acclamation and Jaa.
Li. Stookham was Holooted as ouo
of the presidential electors. J , G.
Painter was made secretary of the
convention. The convention en
dorsed Barker and '
inations for president and vice-
president and the Omaha platform.
There were about 400 delegates
present. They adopted the name
lopuliat as their party name.
The AiiHley Jtofoljcrs Caught.
Wednesday morning about 2
o'clock the safe in Mrs. B. J. Tier-
noy's drug store at Ansloy was
broken into and roloived of $275 or
$300 , Not baing molested the
robbers entered the business place
of Sheppard evidently intending to
t o through his safe. Dr. Young who
chanced to bo on the street at the
time saw a lighted match in Shep-
pards place and proceeded at once
to give the alarm. B. J. Tiernoy
on being told robbers were in the
town went into the drug store and
found that his wifo's safe had been
broken into and the money wat
gon6. The robbers learning they
had been discovered made their
capo. Sheriff Armstrong was
telephoned and by 5 o'clock ho was
on his way to Ansloy. It was
o'cbck before ho found their trai
south of Mason. About 4 o'clock
in the afternoon ho captured them
in Buffalo county and Lired an
extra team to bring the fugativei to
Broken Bow. Ho reached hereabout
about 0 o'clock this morning and
they are now safely lodge. Ho secured -
cured from them $220 , and a
half dozen skeleton koyu and a file.
The men when found were a sleep
and no wopons but a pocket knife
The Ho osier Reunion will moo
August 15th , 10CO in Jim Lang'
Grove H miles below Hound Grov
all Hoosicrs please oomo bring you
families and dinner , a good pro
gram will ho rendered by order o
committee , J. K , Woods , Pros ,
C. M. Blowers and wife of Arnold
are visiting in the oity.
The school officers and teacher's
mooting hold last Saturday after
noon and night oin this oity was
quite a success and was largely at- < -
The Misses Donslovr , May and
Nina , of Dodge county , Nebraska *
noices of Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Button
of this oity , who have boon guests
of their uncle's family the past three
weeks left Broken Bow for their
homo on the Wednesday morning
train. The young ladies were delighted -
lighted with the country and its
people and made many friends dur
ing their stay in the city , all of
whom regret their departure.
The New Store.
Wo called on S. B. Thompson ,
manager of the Thompson , Hubloo ,
Stevens Co. 8torothis morning who
uo putting a now store in this
ilace. Owing to the immense stock
hey are putting upon their shelves
buy were anablo to open their
store on the 22nd as advertised last
week , but will have everything in
rcadincfis by August first. They
ire putting in a largo stock of now
and fresh groceries iu connection 1
with their dry goods , 9hny ? will '
lave a complete , largo and now "
stock of boots and shoos and notions *
of all kinds. The manager was to
) usy this morning unboxing and ' .
narkinpgoods to writoan advertise
ment. Watch the REPUHLIOAN for
Whereas It has pleased Diviuo
providence to remove from our
uidst , Mr. Towlu , the husband of
our beloved president , and
Whereas The cause of Woman
Suffrage has sustained the loss of a
oo-workerand sympathizer , There
fore bo it resolved , that wo , the
members of the Political Equality
Club of Custor oounty , extend our '
heartfelt sympathy to the relatives
and friends who mourn his depart
Resolved That these resolutions
bo published in each of the looal
papers , and a copy of the same bo
sent to the bereaved family. Also '
that they bo recorded iu the min
utes of our association.
Mrs. M , E. Tnompson ,
Mrs , 0. II. Carloe. ' J
Mrs , Dr. 0. Piokott.
Bloving Michigan Mllli.
'A largo number of Michigan saw
mills are being moved to Canada as A ' '
result of the legislation of the province
of Ontario , requiring that all logs cut
on timber lands leased from the gov
ernment are to bo manufactured within ,
limits of the province. * *
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