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VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 30 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO II
She Made Eyes.
Women "tnailo eyes" BB H liiiPlm'Ki In
I tlie il n R of jinwtlcr , pnlchcs niul nrtlflclnt
Even now , porno Hi | > eranimtol bcllo ,
\vlin ; low Utr tlionsnmlt by tlicso old
fashioned methods In tlio day * nf Pol It niul
Hochnnnn , will cnmplnln of her granddaughter -
daughter : "Nelly him bountiful oycg , If
she only knew liow to use them. " Chances
I nro , the grand daughter Imeu't the perfect
eyes her ancestor Imd.
Wo do no "make eyes. " hut mafco had
R > ee peed by proper application of Kineses
where needed. Gliispee to fit any byo.
Graduate of Chicago Opthalinlc College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
J. G. Haeberle's.
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ItlM t me ttiitterlnt
Ill-.t K Into v i ur
In n i > erlct
7 < il > . it is tliu Jiou ;
tbnt does tlio buoinubS , any bungli-r
can buy tbc line klnda of material
tbat I u o In repairing } but skill
ia tlio most valuable material tbnt
can bo used In watch repairing ;
nnd tbe bunylercnn't buy it. 1
poll my akili ( or wbnt It la worth
and it will cost you Ires than
bungling t lower prices.
P. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler Mid Opt'oiun '
West side of Bqunru.
CAMERON &IIKKSB ,
AT r' TlNB\8 & COUNSEL LOKH A'J I . ' V
Uf on.s . 8 9 Realty blocfe , Ilrokon How , Noh .
1 ho owners o ( lot II , block 98 , In railroad
addition to the city of llroken How , NebraeUrt :
You are hereby notified to repair and place In
Kood condition th hldo walk , along the south Mile
of mid lot , on Jowett street , within n. reasonable
tlmo , or the same will bo rcpnlied by the city anc
co t thereby taxed and assessed ugalnst paid property -
orty , nald walk to bo of material and dimensions
as the old walk WHO orlgnally constructeJ and na
provided by ordinance. 1' . Ji TOWHI.EY ,
8-83 f-treet Commli > eloiicr.
Jlnrlcy " 3 > v
Oats . ! . . . . . U7i
itye : n
KKRB < 8
Chickens , y d d-rt-n
HOBS 4 40
Cow * , < j. i
Steers _ /.on
Straw :3c i.v :
Dr. T , W , Hass , clontist , Broken
Lubricating oils of all kindn at
VVilkin's drug fitore.
b'ou ISAur. Two good show
\V. II. OSHOHNK. tf
lee urcatn soda C oonta a gliiHS at
Wilkin'a drug store.
Gum , two paokaijoa tor a
at WlI.KlNs' PllAKMACY.
Cannon City coal at Dierke
Snyder Broa. still load n'l ' coiu-
> ctitorH in prices , wliiuli auoountB for
hctr lar o trade.
Son 1 1 tig wnx good for canning
> urpoHCH at VVilkin'H drug store.
Foil SALE on RKNT i\ly building
on wi'Bt Hide squart ; or will trade for
residence property. 11. L. FKA/.IBU.
WANTED. Tlireo or ( our more
bonrdors. Euqulrc of Mre. B. W , lid
wntilB , in Ueuliy Block.
Store room for rent on north
side of public square.
agOlf . A T. SKYHOLT.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
.When looking for bargains in dryer
or notions you will look no
ariher after you call on Snyder
Spring is here ! Drink SauaafraBS
Tea for your blood.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. wbcu in need of uu ab.
straot of title. E. Koyso abstractor.
Write 'llayden liros. , Omaiia
Wholesale Supply House for pnset
ind samples. 2 8 lyr.
Sec Sriyder Bros. ' fine line of
ladies shot-H. They are the latest
ind their prices ire bed rock.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Koyso abstractor.
Kou SALK Eight room house
ind ouo acre of land also Burdott
7 19 tf Inquire of L. E. KOON.
FouSAi.K A ono story cottage
with six largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
ind surroundings , Price $900.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
illioo. 7 lOih tf.
Snjder Bos. have added largely to
their stock of goods and rearranged
their stook which enables them to
jettor accommodate their customers
Attention , Cattlemen !
I have a line section of pasture
land and want at least 100 head of
cattle to pacturo. Plenty of water
uul salt guaranteed.
Hnng your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Poalo
& John , and got groceries , queens-
war-i and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry L'omls , boots , shoes , hardware
and drugs. PKALE & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the placo.
Snjdor Bros , have the finest as-
xorlmeul of dry goods the oily
nfEordy. Their line of drops goods
is largo and varied. If you want
Komelhini ; line or nomething cheap
call and see them 8-2-tf.
A Coed Thing-
Our Great-Grandmother's garret
containing the same herbs of all
healing found in Karl's Clover root
toa. They gave our ancestor
strength , kept llin blood pure , encl
will do the name for you H you say
no. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. Sold
by J. G llaoberli ) .
Wo will pay for all tin tobacco
tags ono half cent each in trade of
thasf denominations ( showing Hrna'1 '
star printed on under side of tap ) :
Horse Shoo , J. 'J' . , Good Luck ,
Cross How , Spear Head , Drummond ,
Natural Loaf , Star , old Honesty.
J. C. BOWKN , The Grocer.
FAU.M FOR SALE At UptonNob .
100 aoros of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation , and the rest
fenced in pasture , with three wiies.
Good four room sod house ; corn
crib and granary , oaoh 12x10 foot )
connected ; t ; > blo and chicken
house , oto. KmparMoulars call on
J. J Snydcr , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wiloox , on promises , agio
Job printing at this oflioo.
F , E VanAntworp , of Lodi , was
a oily visitor Monday.
Tom Blowers , of Ansley , is at
tending court thia week as a juror.
H. K. Miller , of Mason City , was
a welcome caller at this oflioo Tues
The evening service nt the Epis
copal church will bo resumed next
Ray and RONS Aunour returned
Sunday morning from a visit of a
couple of weeks at Qeriug , Nebr.
Tlio attendance at the Grand
Army Encampment at Chicago this
week is eaid to bo the best over
Browetor and Broken Bow
orofsad bats Tuesdain this city.
The tally stood 11 to 9 in favor of
The CiiHtcr Baptist Association
will moot with the Mason City
church Friday. The session will
last over Sunday.
The lawn sociable given at the
homo of I. A. Roueau Friday even
ing , was a very pleasant affair , and
a euccefs financially.
Mrs. J. A. Armour returned last
Thureday from Hot Springs , South
Dakota , where she spent three or
four weeks for her health.
G. W. McWilliamq , of Iowa , who
has boon visiting with relatives in
this vicinity for the past three
weeks , returned homo Saturday.
Buggies , Surreys ,
GK W. Apple.
Frank Jelinok , of Elk Creek , a
boy who was sentenced to the re
form school at Kearney last week ,
was taken there by Wm. Blair ,
court house janitor.
WAGOHS , SURREYS
G. W. APPLE ,
Editor Wisely , of tbo Sargent
Era , was a city visitor the first of
the week , soliciting patronage lor
his paper. This office acknowledges
a friendly call.
The West Union and Broken
Bow biso ball teams played a
matched game of ball at Round.
Valley last Friday. The tally
resulted 25 to 9 in favor of the home
team.Just received a car
load of Buggies , Sur
reys , Spring Wagons ,
G. W. Apple.
Hon. W. J. Taylor , of Merna ,
was a friendly caller at this office
Friday. Ho seemed to be in a
philosophical mood , and is prepared
to take his defeat this fall , provid
ing ho can not help it.
Parties that are intending to go
to Ravenna on the 8th innt. , and
who luvo not yet bought a ticket ,
are requested to report to D. W.
Thompson , or any member of the
committee , by Monday , Sept. 3d.
Mise Ama Amsborry , who has
boon working for tin state central
committee at republican headquar
ters in Omaha for several weeks ,
will return Saturday night , to resume -
sumo her school work at Dunning
next Monday , whore nho taught last
YOU CAK SAVE
FROM FIVE TO TEN
DOLLARS BY BUYING
A BUGGY OR SURREY
OF G , W. APPLE.
The state agaiuet Edward Martin ,
of the West table'who came HO near
killing John Sweeney a short time
ago by stabbing him with a knife ,
way dismissed the 25th inat. . on
motion of County Attorney K rk-
patrick. Sweonoy had recovered
from his injuries ,
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Rev. McDonald , pastor of the
Christian churchhas boon compelled
to resign hie paslorato here , owing
to the poor health of himself nnd
wife. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald
have established a good reputation
among the people of this vicinity ,
and il is with regret I heir church
at.d many friends of the vicinity
BOO them leave.
Judge Wall , of Loup City , is at
tending court this week.
F. M. Rubleo returned the latter
part of last week from a business
trip to Ohio.
Miss Addio Peck , of Corydon ,
Iowa , niuco of Mrc. D. M. Ams
berry , arrived in the city this morn *
ing on A visit. It is her first trip
Rev. C. W. liritmtad , state mis-
sicna-'y , will ouuupy the pulpit in
the Baptist church Sunday night.
All are invited to attend. It will
bo the first sermon ho has preached
in the city.
Miss Sylvia Moore , daughter of
J. C. Moore , who wont to Chicago
last February to have hoi eyes
treated , and who has since been
visiting in Illinois with relatives ,
returned homo Saturday. Mrs. T.
11. Wingatr , of Chicago , sister of
Mrn. J. C. Moore , accompanied her
home , and will upend three or four
J. C Woihlor , in company with
S. S. McCounell , made this oflho a
friendly call yesterday. Mr. Woih-
ler lives in northern Illinois. HeIrs
Irs just bought 120 head of excep
tionally fine high grade threo-yoir-
old steers of Thot > . Finlen , at an
average of about fifty dollars per
head , which ho will ship back to
Illinois to food
W. P. Rogers , of Lillian Creek ,
reports that the wind storm on
Thursday night of last week , in
his vicinity bordered close onto a
hurricane. His new barn , which
was built solid and of htiavv lim
bcis , was moved from its founda
tion and badly damaged. Several
in his Community suffered more or
loss , by having their wind milU ai d
ether property wrecked. Mr. Rogers -
ors has boon a resident of that lo
cality for eighteen years , and ho
says it is the worst storm ho has
experienced since living there.
The trial of H. L. Wiokham and
Ed. lloaglaud , on the charge of
stealing cattle from Press Richard
son , came on for trial yesterday.
Uoagland plead guilty , and took
the stand in bohall of Wiokham ,
claiming that Wiokham was em
ployed by him at $25 a month. As
wo g'j to press Wickham is still on
trial. His attorneys are Judge
Wall , N. T. Gadd and C. H. Hoi-
comb. The attorneys for the prose
cution are L. E. Kirkpatrick and
C. L Guttorson. The jurors in
the case are Abe Norton , J. O
Taylor , Goo. Williams , Thos.
Blowers , E. D. Marquis , J M.
Amos , W. A. Bence , C. G.Vil -
liams , E. M. Mosby , Albert Spring-
stubo , J. F. Carlos and Sponoo
Republican League Meeting.
The Republican League and
Rough Riders Club will meet at
the court house Friday night.
St. John's Episcopal Church.
Twelfth Sunday after Trinity ,
September 2d. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Morning service and cele
bration of the Holy Communion at
11 a. m. Subject of sermon , "Ohrin-
tian Enthusiasm. "
vice at 8 p. m Subject of address ,
"Our Failures , " You are cordially
WALTON HALL DOQQKTT , Rector ,
The usual services will bo hold in
the Baptist church next Sunday ,
morning and evening. Either the
pastor will preach in the morning ,
or have some visiting pastor oomo
from the Association at Mason City
to fill the pulpit. Rev. C. W.
Uriustad , state missionary , will
preach in the evening. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. , and B. Y. P. U.
at 7 p. m. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Union S S. IMcnlc.
The Union Sunday School picnic
to Ravenna has been sot for Satur
day , Snptembor 8th. AD who are
interested are requested to notify
tbcir friends to got themsulvps
ready. Tickets can bo had at the
REPUBLICAN oflioo. COMMITTKK.
Karui I. until .
For sale , 1440 acres of land ,
partly improved , in Custor , Blaine ,
Thomas and Sherman counties for
$1800 00 cash. Wnto for dohorip
tion. MOKPIIY & EWINO ,
8 30 2t St. Paul Minnesota.
Cattle for Male.
For sale , 853 head of two year
old steers , 112 head of yearling
steers , 100 head of yearling heifers ,
all dehorned Shorthorns and Hera
fords , high gradf , "ii my ranch , 18
miles south of Br ken Bow.
aug23tf WM. MONTQOMEBT.
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P4 > WDE
Makes light , flaky , delicious hot
biscuits , rolls , muffins and crusts.
Makes hot bread wholesome. These
are qualities peculiar to it alone.
I have found the Royal Baking Powder superior
to all others. C. GORJU , late Chef Delmonico's.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK.
Judge Wall , of Loiip City , who
ia attending court as attorney in
the Hoagland and Wiukham case ,
informs us tbat while two Gorman
boys , 17 and 10 yearn of ago ,
brothers , by the name of Sohroll , of
Sherman county , woru out driving
Sunday , they unintentionally shot a
Polish girl by the name of Zollmshi ,
through the heart. Before the shot
was flrod , ouo of the boyn remarked ,
aB ho Haw Iho wecdH move at the
side of the road , that it wan a coy
ote. John Suhroll got hia gun in
readiness , and at ) Boon as ho thought
he was in close enough range , fired
at the spot where he uupposed the
coyote had stopped , killing the
girl instantly It developed that
the girl killed , with another girl ,
wore picking plums. Young Sohroll
went to the county ocat and gave
himself up at onoo , being greatly
mortified over hia rash act
I10NOII FOR NEBRASKA FRUIT.
Placed In VnItcU HtutuH
at Parltt ISxpoHltlon , Wlu-
William A. Taylor , of the United
States Department of Agriculture ,
who held the position of acting po >
mologiut at the Paris Exposition ,
has written George A. Marshall , of
Arlington , of Nebraska's BUCCOSH in
competition at the world's oxposi-
tiou about a month ago. Mr. Tay
lor was m charge of the United
States horticultural exhibit , and he
convoys the information that in the
temporary competition of Juno 27tli
the collection of apples of the crop
of 1880 , exhibited by the Nebraska
horticultural society , was awirde1 !
first prize , "Premier Prix. " There
were four varieties en exhibit ,
the Ben Davis , Dominie Molntosh
and North Wc-Bt Greening , all grown
by Marshall Bros. , of Arlington.
Though tlio collection contained
fewer varieties than the collcolioiiH
from some of the other states , the
fruit was in excellent condition , and
presented a line appearance. Speci
mens of the above varieties in the
exhibit of thu Nebraska Ilortioultu
ral society were included in the
general collection of the United
States , which constituted forty va >
rietiea from fourteen different states.
This collection was awarded "Pre
mier Prix" by tie jury in the
The honor is regarded with pride
by those who were instrumental in
making Nebraska' * exhibit what it
was. Mr. Taylor says ho feels that
the effort to increase the European
demand for American fruit bids
fair to succeed , lie Rays the out
look at present for the immediate
and large increase in the demand is
very favorable , aid -3t
rpliese physicians decide to
make Broken How a consultation -
* - tation point , and will visit
liere regularly every month ,
Are They Reliable ?
Ir . Shepard .t llcadrlclc uro not "traveling
doctors" In nny uonnu. Tholr practice ! Imi humi
crtahllshod In Otnuhn ( or nlnu yours. Thulr flnnn-
olni Btnn < lliiK ciin bo nHcnrtntncd throiiKli thu
unki. TlinV hnro luruo anil well ogulppcu otlluon
In the Now York llfo llmltllng , mid nisi ) Conduct
a Sanitarium or I'rlvnto Husnltnl , which In
usually full of patients. The JoctorH will visit
Urokon How ( ivory month , ( or ono day , to per
sonally consult with their patients In this county.
This monthly visit will bu H ponniuicnt ( er.turu of
tholr work. A Intondlnj'imtliints may consult
and b j examined fruo of clurno. Hcforoiiccx by
[ > ormlselon to Cuoter county people who know all
ibout Irn Slionard & Hvnuilck'ci methods from
How Much to Pay.
FPUS are extremely light. AH charges nru
bused upon the wl.oloBulo cost of muiliclnes re-
qulrod In unch cnno. Worthy people .Uohlng
treatment , butunulnV to puycnch for oiirfervlcCH.
will bo given rcapiinnljlo tlmo. I'oor people will
he treated for whatever num they aru ablu to pay.
All are Invited to coinu
Diseases of Women ,
Our Homo Trcxtmcnt la clllolent In nil mild
forms of weaknoi < H mid illiniums of woman. Our
main ctlortlB to prevent the need of operattoni.
Many raeuu may no enroll by mild moans at the
patlont'tf homo. Wo Invlto womnn to luvcstlgnto
what wo uro now dolnK ( or their nelghbora In
their own town or county. Severe CITS requir
ing operations lire cared ( or at our Sanitarium
, , ,
Nerves and Heart ,
The various ailment * of theg Important organs
treated hv new methods tuiu glvo prompt relief
In all cuntblo cities. I'lensu uek us ( or our
itpeelal literature , explaining our way of rapidly
l.uudlltiK all chronic alfectlous.
Catarrh , Deafness and
Oitirrh , lleitddclio , DimfneM nnd Head Noli > en
pro n ptly beueflttod. Wo h vo treated 12,000 eucu
citecu In the phst tea yearn. We furnUli rotor-
once * nmoiiK yrur own uelghborH. Examination
frcillronchttls , Aetluna , and beginning lung
dic o ( uccospfiilly treated by Ozoao Inlmlutlons ,
TliOnu uro given at the ollluu and ulno at the pa
tient's homo by means of the Sliep.ird & IleadrlcU
Uzono Inhaler. Ark ( or immoii o ( cured ca < * o4.
date for Broken Bow
will be Monday , Sept.
3d , at Commercial
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