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VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUG g , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 7
Shmle your eyes with my colored plas.
son. Bicycles hoKii tendency to Induro
f tlgno of the cjitlc nerve , rctlnn nnd
I occular mnpclcn.and protnotCB conges ,
lion of tlio external oj-oball nndttr \ , Re-
canto of cxpofuro no Wind , dust mid BUM.
My tinted Rlaeucf will protect jour
J eyes from all the auuoyancoa Inndont to
Gradnatu of Chlcneo Optlmlmlc College.
J , G. Haeberle's.
M tti tnntcrlnt
tli t ir er * into t i nr
rp > ilr < * < i wntcli tu t
rr-Mtut" ! a i erlct
! > ! > . ills tliu Ktjou ; ou ;
mat Uotslliu bu"iuees , ai.y u
can buy the tine klr d * o ( uuterinl
ibut I u < o In repairing ; but tkill
is the most valuable mnterinl that
cin b used In natch repairing ;
ni d tbe bunyltr cnn't buy It. 1
eell my skill for wlnit It Is worth
and it will cost you less tlmi
at lower prices.
Jeweler and Optician.
West side of squnro.
FouSAi.K A ono story collai e
wilh six largo rooms , pleasanl ynrd ,
atrl Eurroundinpis , Price $000.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
oflict' . 7 Iflih tf.
Alpha Morgan , Ed. Purcell nnd
A. E. Andeison relumed Sunday
night from a trip to the mountains
in Wyoming , where they had been
enjoying an outing. They rcpoit a
\Vhe t . . . . 60
llarley . . . , . . 3'j < ;
Oats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . ! . .J ! . , . . S7.
Corn . 3S.
Ityo . .30
Hiittcr . . . . . . 12.
1'oUtoci. . . . . . . . 40 :
Onions . 8
ClilcUeiia . ' "i ( | ? , n
IIo . f ,
Cow * . i o
Turki- ) 60
Dr. T. W. Bans , dentist , Broken
The 3r rubber that keeps fruit ,
at il. C. Bowen's
Fresh Saesafrass al.
FOR SAI.U. A thoroubred hereford -
ford bull. Wai FHKY tf.
Fou SALV Two good show
cases' VV. H. OBHOKNK. tf
Fruit jars , glasp and stone , at J.
Pepsin Gtinii two packages for a
nickel at WII.KINB' PHARMACY.
Cannon City coal at Dierkn
Go to Mike Scanlon's Rcstur-
ant for the best lunch in town
Spring ss herel Drink Sassafrass
Tea for your blood.
If you are HIC- . and wish to yet
A ell use our quakir ba'h cabinet ,
at J. C. Bo wen's.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab-
Hlract Co. when in need of un ab
utra'ct of title. E. Koyso abstraoter.
Write Haydeu Bros. , Utnaba
Wholesale Supply House for pr\w
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
CAIIIMT PHOTOS 2.00 A DOZKN ;
at tl. L Fi&zic-r's sludioenl
Sue Suydor Bros. ' line line of
ladies shoes. They are the laical
and their prices are bed rock.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
aocuralely by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. lioyso abstracter.
Cherry pitter that pils. at J : C
FOR SALK Two year old while
face bull , teven good yourg COWP
two bteer calves.
tf A.T SKYUOLT.
Wanted Cattle to Pasture.
I have a find [ section of pasture
land and want at least 100 head of
cattle to pasture. Plenty of water
and salt guaranteed.
tf JESBR GANDY.
Pure oide : vii igar is .1. C. Bow-
eii's trade mark and it is true to
name. It is a pioklo keeper.
Snyder Bros , have thfc finest as-
ftortment of dry goods Iho cily
iffords. Their line of drees goods
is largo and varied. If you want
something line or something cheap
call and see thorn. 8-2 tf.
I'ENN & DORRIS ,
All Kinds of work In our lice done
promptly and In llrst-olass order. Red
Shop on tbe corner , west of ibe boae
honco. Give us a trial.
A Good Thing.
Our Great-Grandmolher' garret
containing the same herbs of al
healing found in Karl's Clover roe
lea. They gave our nnceato
slronglh , kepi Ibe blood pure , om
will do Iho same for you if you say
so. Price 25 els. and 50 ots. Soli
by II. G. Haoberlo.
J. Lucas of Morna was a frieiHly
opller at that this office Tuesday
Mr. Lucas is one of the men of
CtiHter ( lotinly who has made a tuc-
cecs of farming. He came here at
the age of 05 and took a homestead
lear Merna. Ho is now 84 years
old and hap a farm that supports
him without work. HP only had
ten cents in money when he took
C. L. Guttersou and 0. II. Hoi-
comb returned Monday evening
from their trip lo Iho mountains in
Colorado. Dr. Talbot and Judge
Sullivan did nol relurn with thm
bul continued iheir journey onto
Salt Lake and will net be back for
a week. Those returning ronort
having a fine time but have no big
bear or fish slorics to relalo.
J. H. Evans of Callaway was a
oity visilor yeelorday.
II. B. Glov < r of Dry Valley was
a friendly caller yesterday. Ho
reports thai wheat in his vicinity
will make 10 bushels to the acre
and that bin barley will yield
' ) live biifhidh to the aero.
Cum i in f r' condition but will
n'ori ra n to make a good
Job printing at this office.
Wo will furnish the Kansas oity
Journal and RKPUIIMOAN for $1.25
C. S. Martin made a business trip
to Omaha this nook.
A. R. Humphrey went to Lincoln
this morning on legal business.
A. Wallace has been severely
aitiiotid that last week with now-
Willis Cad well has oireoted an
awning over the front of his brick
building on Fourth avenue.
Jae. Liudly of Anselmo was a
city visitor Saturday. Ho reports
the corn in his vicinity greatly im
proved by the reiont raiue.
B , O. Soezy , proprietor of the
Commercial hotel spent several days
in the city last week. Ho is now
running a hotel at Clartndia Iowa.
During the storm last Sunday maht
wpok tbti lightning killed two cattle
in John Robii son's pasture , throe
miles so.ith of town. One belonged
to him and Iho other to Glen John-
Wesley Thomas was in Saturday
from Prairie center. He says the
wheat in bio vicinity is good. He
bad 115 aoies of small grain that l
took 240 pounds of twine to bind.
The corn ho says is just booming.
Judge S. A. Holooiub of Lincoln
spent Tuesday and Wednesday
visiting in the city with relatives and
renewing old ao juaintauoos. The
ji'dge informs us lhatho is building
a residence in Lincoln.
tieo. Woodard a lumber and coal
dealer formerly in busiue sSheridan
waa in im cuy yesterday
looking up a location. He expresses
himself as being v ry favorably
impressed wilh ihe out look hero
and may conclude to locate ,
Judge Armour accompanied his
wife to Hot Springs Souih Dakota
the first of the week. Mrs. Armour
i-xpeolB to stay several weeks to teel
Ibe curative properti.s of the
springs. The judge will return the
first of next week.
The preliminary trial of the
parties robbed iho sifo of Mrs.
rieruey al Ansluy last week Satur
day owning to the death of Mis
Pierney'H brother at Ansley the
day previous. The case was eion-
linnod to the Oth of August.
D. E. Taylor of Now Helena who
has betu in the city for a week
under the medical treatment of Drs.
Pennington and Pott-r went to
Grand Island Saturday to undergo
an operation for appendcitis. Dr.
Poller accompanied him to Grand
Islano. Later Taylor died in about
5 hours after the operation.
The Wesleyan Quartette , who
are to give a concert at the Metho
dist church , on Monday evening ,
Aug. Oth , will be present at the
evening service next Sunday and
will sing. The usual services win
be conducted both morning and
evening. All are cordially invited.
The ' -Sons and Daughters of
Protection Lodge" heieafter will
meel on the third Friday in each
month. The next meeting being
on tbo third Friday of August. All
members are earnestly requested
lo bo present , as business ol import
ance is to oomo before the lodge.
M. A. Hunter , Sec.
Broken Bow merchants have
struck bed rook prices on Groceries.
Go to A. Wallace west side of
square and get the list of articles
for % 3.20 :
1 pkg breakfast food 4 Ibs coffee
1 sack flour l dozen pickles
0 bars soap 1 Ib , dried peaches
1 pkg yeast 1 Ib evap. Apples
8 Ibs sugar 1 Ib starch
1 pkg ftoda l Ib dried apricots
Ib spices l Ib rice
J W. Johnson , register of the
Lincoln Laud oflico spent Monday
night and Tuesday in the oity the
guest A. R. Humphrey. Mr. John
son is a genial gentleman , a tine
conversationalist and his company
was very much enjoyed by all who
chanced to meet him , and especially
lm Hawkeye friends who oould
enjoy with him the recounting of
reminiscences of boyhood days.
M < r. M.J.Jolmson returned Satur
day rooming from an extended trip
through the eaht. While gone Mr.
Johnson visited bis parents in
Michigan and later took in Phila
delphia , , Pi. and Washington , D.C.
MM lull for hid home al Whitman
NobMonday pveninp : Mrs Johnson
will follow Friday evening.
WANTED. Three or four more
bonrdora. Enquire of Mm. B. VV. Kd
wiudo , In Uoality Block.
Fou SALK Eight room house
and one acre of land also Burdott
7 10 tf luquiro of L. E. KOON.
lu accordance with the resolution
adopted by the County board , re-
quiiiug mo to collect till 1800 per
sonal taxes before the end of tbe
year 1000 , I will commence issuing
diHlroPS warrants for the same Sept.
10th , All who have not paid ihfir
1800 tax , please do BO befe.ro that
Mme as I do not wish to add ex
pense to the tax of any one. 8-2-41
M E SuuNKUiNQBit , Co. Treas.
'I O TllQ RUCUICM.
Law rate < lo Colornd > and Utah of
( ered by Ibo Burlington route. Four
red lutter dny .
O i August 7 &nd 21 , aud on Srplem-
ber 4 and 18 , the Burlington will euli
round trip tickets to Denver , Pueblo ,
ColoradoSp'innsOjj < lonSill Lake City.
Dead wood nud llot Springs for one lure
T ckels sold nt those roiiwrkubly low
rates will bo good to return till October
Tbo nearrst agent of thn Burllng'on
Huu o will be pleased to tell you the
cost ot a ticket and to help you plan
your trip , Descriptive literature free on
uppl cation. 8-6 41.
ThoAl. 11. A. 1'lculc.
State organizer of iho M. B. A.
S. S. llaymau of Grand Island has
accepted an invitation to attend
the M. B. A. basket picnic to be
held in this city Saturday Aug. 4.
Invitation is extended to all mem
bers ot the M. B. A. of the county
lo allond and limn loud their assie-
lonce in making it a success. The
nroL'ram will consist in mutuu.
speeches and recitations. Members
are urged to bring their friends
with them. No one is excluded
whether members of the M. B. A.
or not. All who feel inclined to
join in a day of pleasure are invit
ed to bring their baskets with them
and enjoy a day in the oool shade.
The Broken Bow lodge willpiovide
the lemonade and ice cream free.
Program 91. D. APicnic. .
10:30 Bong by the audianoo.
Prayer by Kev. S. W. Richards.
Duett SaUio Noroott , Elina
Address of welcome--J. D. Ream.
KtHponoo Jas Lindley President
Duett Misses Lottie and Florence
12 : Basket Dinner.
2:00 Song by the audianoo.
Address S. S. Hay man , State
Quartet Misses Forney and
Messeri Wells and Luce of Morna
Recitation By Miss
Duett Boll and Blanob Cosnor
Speech Dr. C. Piokett.
Recitation Pearl Cosner , Merna
Duett Sadie Ncroutt and Eliza
Recitation Zada Grant.
Declamation E. J Thomas.
Quartet Misses Farney and
Mossera Wells andLtcc of Merna
Select Reading A. P. Vauice.
Song Norma Rule.
Reoitution Lillian Richards.
Song L. A. Wells.
Recitation Carl Smith.
Speech J. F. Bryson Seorotar ;
Speech John Dtotz.
Closing Song by the audiauoe.
\VIud CSv , Muutlt UitUotu.
Few people realize ( hut Wind Gave ,
near Hot Springs , South Dakota , is tbe
InrgoEt and most beautiful Oave In tbo
Po ono knows bow large It rcaly Is
Over one hundred rulles of puakagiB and *
3,000 cbombera bavo been explored.
And.that Is only tbo beginning , There
are fourteen different ' routu , " only
throe of wbicb bave been opened to the
public. They nre known as tbe Gaiden
of Eden , Fair Grounds anil Pearly Uotev.
Leaving Hot Scringe at 9. a. m , , you
arrive at tbe cave In time for lunch
Immediately afterwaid ycu enter ibo
cave where for four hours you live and
move In an underground world , beautl
In ) beyond description.
During Augu't tbe Burlington Rome
will run several obeap excursions to Hjl
Tbo dates are : August 2 , 7 , aud 21.
The rate la one fare , plus 92.00 , toi tbe
round trip , Tickets bear liberal return
limit and tbe Burlington's service to the
Black Hills la unrivalled.
Call on tbn local ticket agent of ( be
B. & M. it. U. R. aim let him tell you
what It will cost you to make tbe trip.
Beautifully illustrated ndyfr Hrg
matter dexirlpllvn of tbe UUok Hills
on n qn ° M
J. FHANOH ,
GeLOral Paaseoger Agent ,
8 6-4t. Omaha , Neb.
It is the high
quality of Royal with so
that has estab
lished its great an article
reputation. as the ;
wife knows she
can rely upon food
it ; that it makes
the bread and
biscuit more delicious and whole
some always the finest that .can
It is economy and every way
better to use the Royal , whose
work is always certain , never
There are many imitation baking
powders , made from nluin. They
may cost less per pound , but
thuir use is at the cost of health.
. , . , .
ROYAL OAKINQ POWDER CO. 100 WILLIAM ST. NEW YORK.
Ouo fare for tlio round trip vln the
Unrlingtou llmto. Ttio HiiritiKion line
offuroii one fare for tin r mill trip
$19.55 from Broken HDW , N b , to'
Cblcairo , August 24 , 26 , idand 27' , nn
account ol iho annual encampment ol
tuu Qrand Army of the Republic.
Tliu return limit on tbt'ue tickets is
September 1 , eubjeot to oxtoii iou to
Tuw ncaiestBKent of tlio Burlington
Itouto will bo pleased to give you ad
ditional information ubout rates , dates ,
baggage and train service. 8-5-31.
Ordinance No l
Au ordinance prohibitiug thoaalo
ot impure and infectious iuo nnd
providing a penalty for thu viola
tion thereof. Be it ordained b )
liio mayor and uouuuil of the city
of Broken Bow.
Section 1. That it shall be un
lawful for any poison , tirm , partner
ship , corporation or association to !
sell or-pive away any impure infec
tious or unwholesome ice in said
Section 2. It 18 hereby made the
duty of the health ollioer to examine
and inspect any ice thu may bo aold
or offered for sale in said oily and
if the same bo found to bo impure
inlectiouH and unsuitable for domes
tie purpores and use said health
ollicer aball thereupon report his
findings to the oity mardhal who
shall tile a complaint against the
party selling or offering to sell said
ice and if guilty upon trial ehall be
lined in any sum not exceeding $25.
and costs of prosecution and shall
stand com milted until such tine and
cost be paid. Passed an 1 adopted
this 25 day of July 1000 , and order
ed | ubliBhed.
VV. H. Osborue Jr , E. Royse ,
City Clerk. Mayor.
The mammoth dry goods and
Grocery store of Thompson , Rublee ,
Si vens Go. was throwu open thin
morning for the aooomunadatiou of
the public. It is one of the largest
and Quest store rooms in the oily
and it is filled with an immense
stock of goods. Not only are the
shelves filled to ihe top but throe
large tables ure loaded. The took
of dress goods and shows i large
and the assortments Htiih'oient to
meet the wants of all.
They also have a Racket dupait
ment with five and luu cent coun
ters that contain splendid bargain * * .
Their line of men's hats are now
and of the latest patrons and prices
to BUI * .
OKOOUtlKt ) .
Their line of giooeneb are all
fresh and consists of a full assort
moot of staple and fancy goods.
.Vlesers. Thompson , Rubloo and
Stuvcson have employed a fnrco of
( jlorks Millioiont to wait upon Ibeir
' cdalomiTS promptly and every , one-
\yill receive prompt and courteous >
troatment. Their helpers are R. *
II. Hdbbard W. H , O.sborn , Mistss.
Thompson and Armstrong.
The firm is most excellently
lupuppod with room goods and help
ind are prepared to moot all com-
pulion and are prepared to give you
ihe bowl bargains afforded in con-
tral Nebrrska. Call and see for
WANTKD To trade my house
ind lot in Broken Bow for horses
or cattle. It. A. D. BAN us.
I have sold out , come and gut
your bicycles , guns and ect. at onao.
It. EDWIN F. MYICUS.
* . _
The equality club will meet at
Mrs J. F. Clarion' Fridtiy evening.
J. N. Davolt of Walworth kindly
remembered this office while in the
Fred Slack and Wilbar liolodiub ' " "
have bought out E. F ; ' ' 'Myor's ' . '
' * ' < '
bicycle bufiuojs. / ; - >
Mjjsr C. S. Elison and lI.Maxou " , '
of Ansley wore city visitors Wedr - -
nesday. This otfico acknowledges >
a friendly call ,
J , VV. Brucu and family who
wenl to Spokane Washington a *
few weeks ago have rnturne'l to -1
Broken Bow. The Kui-aiiMOiN 51
i'Xtn-ln ! to thorn welcome.
I have decided , for various <
reasons , to stHp > nid btninoau at !
U'li't , and on and after August Olh
will be f nind at iho old stand m
the jot ) department of iho RopublU
inn clliot ) . H , L FUAZIBB.
Hotel i handed Hunils.
Limit , llorauo F. Kennedy has
purchaHod Wright's intorosl in tlio
C'oiiimorioal Hotel. He took pos
session last Saturday. Lieut ,
Kennedy is an experience 1 hotel
man , having spent ten years in the
business in tins city and Omaha.
Ho will renovate and refurnish
the building throughout. Neither
pains nor expense will be spared in
uttering to the wants of the public.
He will give Iho business his per
sonal attention , which will assure
oourleous and fair treatment of all.
Meals will be gotten up in 6rt
class manner and ihu boda always
keopt olean and inviting The
KKPUULIUAS bespeak' fur tlib Com-
incrical , undt r its new management
u liberal share of the public pairoa- .
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