Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, September 13, 1900, Image 1

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In tlm nunnlmotiB vcrcllcl nf tliopo for
ulumi I Imvr ilomt wntnli work.
I want thu illlllcu't ami pnrtlculnr work
In tills line , b'cuuftu I know I nm quail-
find to do It , mid do It light ; otlierwisii It
Wouldn't pay mo to ask for It.
Somebody may I ave repaired TOUH
watch to the beet of Ills ahillty , and It ro-
malno juet as troiiblctonm us hcforo.
\ OU nro thu > nnn I want to eeo.
Graduate of Chlrauo Oixlmlmlc Collogu.
School Books
I/ ,
t , School
I * Supplies ,
i *
G. Haeberle's.
fifc 0fi fiH cqffl
fc CU3 0
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It IHII'I tlte mnturlul
I-,1 , Hint ICOUH Into vimr
is1' repaired wntcli that
In ft perfect
that docstliuluiHtietiH , any bungler
can buy the fine kinds of mntortiil
tunt I IHO In repairing ; but tkill
la thn most vnluablo mitterinl that
is1'I can bo used In watch repairing ;
mid the bunulercim't buy it. 1
Bell my skill for what It la worth
uuil It will coat you lees tlmu
nt lower prices.
Jeweler itnd OpUeiun.
I West Bide of squnrn.
KtomuSO Itonlty block , Urokcn llow , Nob.
Wheat 51r
Hurley ittc
Oats 27i-
Corn 35
Ityo , . . . .SI
Iluttur IS.
Egns ' 8 :
Potatoes. . -10 :
Onlonu . ; H
Olilrkeiia , a i' ( il z > n
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Cow * . . . . . -1. U
Btcorfl . . . . , . . ' .HO }
Tnrkuye . , tic
Straw. . . . 13c i-wi
r. . jo'
Business Pointers.
Dr. T , W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug btoro.
Call and HOU tlioHo now extension
tables at A. W. Drako'H. 2t
KOH SAU- ' Two good show
oases , tf \V. IT OBHOUNK.
Ii-o ijr ' ! im soda 5 cents a glass at
\Vilkina' drug store.
Second hand stoves , aH ijood as
new , l A. W. Drake's. sO 2
1'ppnm Gum , two packages ior a
Cannon City coal at Diorkn
Lumber Jo.
Sealing wax good for uanniug
purposes at Wilkius'drug store.
If j iu want frcBli moat , call on
Fred Alauhek , wtHt Hide of public
FOK SAMFoity ; head of sheatH ;
also two wagons. Call on
K18-5H Dn. C. 1'n KKTT.
W. 11. Penn & Co. Invo just re
ceived a line line of ovoi coats.
C'ill and sen thorn.
Fou BALK ou HUNT ft'y ' building
on west Hide square ; or will trade for
residence property. II. L. FRAZIRU.
WAN'rED. Ttireo or four more
bonrdoro. Enquire of Mrf. B. W. I'd '
, in It' ally Block.
Sn ) dor Bros , still liad in daily
beuaniM. tbuir prices and goods
thi'ir outitormers.
Store room ior rent 011 nortb
hide of public tquaro.
aglHf A T.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
and confectionery.
Snyder Bros defy competion
ID | rices and quality on ladies
shoo * . Call and wee them.
Spring SB here ! Drink Sassafrass
Tea for your blood.
Call on or wnto Broken Bow Ab-
Htract Co. when in need of an ab
stract of title. E KoyseAbstractor.
Write Llayden .Hros. , Oniaba
Wbolesalo Supply House for priset
and sampled. 2 8 lyr.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by tbe Broken Bow Ab
stract Co E Royso , Abstractor.
Foil SALK Eigbt room bouse
, uid oue auro of land , also Burdett
Organ cheap. Inquire of
7 19 tf L. E. KOON.
Foil SALE A flock of about J40
head of unbred ewes , and ouo im
ported registered Shropshire ram L. L. WILLIAMS ,
Dunnmg , Nebr.
Fou SALIC Twenty aoies of land ,
well improved , lens than one mile
from town. If not sold soon , will
rent for the winter. Price $800
Part timo. MBS. E. A.&JAXWICLL
Foil SALK A one story cottage
with six l.irgH . rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price & 900.
( Jail on L. ,1. Gaudy or at this
ollice. 7 19tf
Under the now arrangement of
goods Snjder Bros , are better prepared -
pared than ever to wait on their
customers , that throng their store
daily. Promt I ai > d courteous
treatment is what wins.
AtlUllliUllt Cattlemen !
I have a line section of pasture
land and want at leaat 100 head of
cattle to pasture. Plenty of water
and salt guaranteed.
Frtd Mm lick is now better pre
pared thun ever to servo the public
with f re ? > li moat. Ho has put in anew
now refrigerator of the latowt im
provomei'tP , and his meal is kept in
first class order. Call and see him ,
on wt-st side of Fqmro ,
Motive to lliuiturH.
I hereby warn all partioi not to
hunt on my premises , svv section
22 , township 17 , range 21 wist ,
under penalty of the law.
sO-21 PAUL
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all oilier country produce to Poale
& John , and got groceries , queens-
I warn and froli fruit , or orders for
' dry ifoudb , IKMU , shoos , hinlwnrn
I ami drugs. PI\LK it JOHN ,
' The Realty ti recurs , id thu place.
Local Mentioii.
Job printing at this office.
Avalo Vannioo will cmtor college
again next Monday at York.
Glenn Johnson returned Tuesday
from his overland tiip to the moun
Paul Coffman , of Mason City ,
came up Tuesday evening to attend
the county fair.
Kov. L. L Eploy will leave next
Monday for York , where ho will
reside in the future.
II M. Pickons , of Btrwyn , mrulo
this ollioo a friendly ull yesterday ,
and had his name enrolled for the
The inch of rain Monday after
noon and night put the streets and
fair giounds in most excellent shape
for the fair.
W. A. Thompson , who recently
sold his residence properly to
Claud Wabl , will rebuild on the
south part of the same block ocou
pied by the building ho sold
Mrs. S. L. Miller , of Omaha , is
viaiting in the city witn her parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Kennedy , at the
Commercial hotel. Mr. Miller
owns the Seifert farm , southeast of
Kev. L. L. Eploy will preach his
farewell sermon next Sunday moin-
mg. The evening subject is spec
ial to young people "Choosing
your Life's Work. " Everybody
Just received a car
load of Buggies , Sur-
reyst Spring Wagons ,
G. W. Apple.
The county board convened in an
adjourned session Tuesday. The
chairman , Carr , has not returned
from his trip east , hence the work
of considering the petitions for
division is loft to the other mom-
Hiram Miller , of Upton , while
greasing a windmill on the Soybolt
ranch Tuesday , bad one finger so
badly mashed that it had to bo
amputated at the knuoklo joint.
Drs. Pcnuington fc Potter did the
Peale , John & Bushnoll now have
their dry gooda and boots and phoos
in place in their mammoth store ,
and are kept busy waiting on their
customer ! witb ten clerks. Miss
Gates , of Mason City , has charge of
the ladies' department.
A fine rain visited this vicinity
Moudav afternoon and evening. It
was not heavy , but was sufficient
for the fall graiu , and settled the
dust. At Mason City the precipi
tation was much heavier. Three
inches by the government test is
Prin. J. G. W. Lewis arrived
Friday , and bin mother and brother
Saturday of last week , end they are
now at homo in Dr. Northrop's
house. School opened Monday
witb a good attendance , and now
there are enrolled 17 in tbe primary
and 35 in the principal's room.
Miller Garotte.
J. B. Coovor , who has boon suff
ering for sever * ! months from an
abscess in his side , resultinc from
pleurisy , underwent a second opera
tion the first of the week. At pres
ent writing ho is getting along as
well as could bo expected. His
emaciated condition makes the situ
ation moro precarious.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
Spring Wagons
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Chas. Ponu , Dr. W. E. Talbot ,
Sam Derris and Ellsworth Penn
loft Tuesday afternoon for the Dis
mal on a hunting trip. Ellsworth
expects to return to ranoh 101 when
they got througb hunting. Ho is
not vet able to go untiroly without
the usn of crutches , but ibinks ho
will bo able for light work on the
ranch by the time ho reaches there. t
Captain Talbot is down from Dun *
niug this wook.
Senator F , M. Currio was on the
fair grounds yesterday and today.
T. A. Miller , editor or the Morim
Sun , wns a friendly caller Saturday.
Roy Walker has his steam merry-
go-round heio this week , and the
yourg folks keep it busy.
Mrs. Clara B. Willnit is teaching
the Kollpy school , west of Benvyn '
She commenced lat \\eek.
Miss Maud Hutchinson , of Grand
Island , cimo up Friday to viait
with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. HutchiiiHon.
Buggies , Surreys ,
Wagons ,
G W , Apple.
C. W. Booth , of MoKiuloy , who
returned last Friday from Chicago ,
where he attended the national en
campment , left Monday night to
vi-it a son in Iowa.
Hodmond's Theatricnl Company
H playing to good houses each
night this wook. Their plays are
lully up to the standard. They will
remain all thu week.
Mrs. Mary Amsbotry and daugh
ter Z'ideo , of Mason City , are visit
ing in the city , guest ? of the family
of ye scribe , and taking in the
sights at the county fair.
'Gone Westorvelt , edilor of the
Kopublican at Suotts Bluff , was a
visitor in the city last Thuisday ,
accompanied by his wife. Tho\
wen : on their return , 'rwu the Slate
Fred Maulick has opened up a
i limit market on west sidool cquaro ,
and lias put in a new refrigerator
> f the latent pattern. He is now
prepared to serre the public with
! im class meats. Call and see him.
A. H. Copsoy , of Wcstervillo , was
i city visitor Saturday. Ho ac
companied his son Herbert this far ,
who was on his way to Ansolmo ,
where ho has a school in the Lind-
oy district. Ho commenced teach-
og last Monday.
S D. Butcher has the prospectus
of his pioneer history of Custor
Bounty published , and in it wo
lolice some fine views of Cuator
countv ranches anJ farms Ho wi'l '
iush the work of the publication of
, he book as rapidly as circumstances
will permit ,
Jns. Dooley returned Tuesday
evening from the national G. A. R
encampment. While gone ho vis
ited his old homo in Illinois and
comrades at a number of different
towns , Ho also spent several days
visiting his married daughter Kato.
[ Io reports a splendid time.
J. L. MoWilliams , who accom
panied C. E. Wheeler and E. li.
Douglas in an overland trip to the
mountains in Wyoming , returned
Sunday morning ever the B. & M.
Ho reports a fine trip , but the mule
route got to slow for him , and ho
left Messrs. Wheeler and Douglas
at Laramio.
Prof. Adamson informs us that
arrangements have boon completed
for extending his telephone line to
Sargent. Ho has ordered the ma
terial , and hopes to have the Hno
completed within the next thirty
days. Ho hopes in the near future
to bo able to connect Wescott , Corn-
stock and West Union with Broken
Bow by telephone.
C. C. Conloy , of Gaudy , was a
welcome caller at this ollioo Mon
day. Mr. Conloy was formerly a
resident of Br < ken Bow. Not-
ivilhstandinu ho has been a resident
of Logan county for the past four
teen years , ho still has a lively
interest in Broken Bow , and keeps
himself posted through the liuruu
LICAN. Ho is a brother of Mrs. C ,
S Martin , of our city.
J. J. Wilson showed us yesterday
morning a bunch of strawberries
of which two were npo , the second
crop this year. Mr. Wilson has
bed of strawberries covering about
two square rods , off of which h
picked fifty quarts of berries this
season Ho thinks that had bo
watered them for the latt two or
three weeks , ho would have had
quart or BO of the second crop.
In pensions granted recently , wo
notice in Sunday's Journal two
from Broken Bow who were remem
bered by Uncl j Sam. They are
Christopher Wolliver , who was
granted an addition of $8 per
month , and Hugh Konoyer , who
was wounded in the Philippine war ,
$10 per month. Konoyer was one
of Co. M.'s boys who was shot
through the lung ,
Makes light , flaky , delicious hot
biscuits , rolls , muffins and crusts.
Makes hot bread wholesome. These
\ \
arc qualities peculiar to it alone.
I have found the Royal Baking Powder superior
to all othcrs. C. GORJU , late Chtf Delmonico' * .
Uov. Roosevelt Coming.
Theodore Roosevelt , republican
candidate for vice president , will
favor Broken Bow with a short visit
October 3d , at 8 o'clock a. in , A
stand will bo oieotod near the depot ,
where ho will speak to the people ,
fie will make several other appoint
ments on the B , & M. line west
that day , and his stay bore will bo
necessarily short , not fco exceed
twenty minutes. Ho will be ac
companied by Senator J. P. Dolli
vor , the noted orator of Iowa , who
will doubtless favor us with a
speech. They will bo accompanied
by other speakers , who will stop
off and talk to ttio people at a later
iiour. But those who want to BOO
and boar the next vice president ,
will have to bo at the depot in Bro
ken Bow at 8 o'clock sharp in the
morning , Wednesday , Oct. 3d.
L. E. Wilson , of the firm of Wil
son & Drake , one of the largest dry
goods houses in Central Nebraska ,
informs us that their trade has been
unusually good this season , and such
as to warrant them in laying in the
largest stock of goods for the fall
trade they have for years. As
Messrs. Wilson & Drake are con
servative and successful business
men , and fell for cash only , wo re
gard this as a most flattering testi
mony in favor of the substantial
condition of the citizens and coun
try tributary to Broken Bow. As
the members of the firm are demo
crats , it cannot well be claimed that
Mr. Wilson , in making the state
ment , colored it for political effect.
The almost daily receipt of goods ,
and an inspection of new goods
received , will verify the statement
Hon. M W. Howard , of Alabama ,
was greeted with a fair sized audi
ence in the court house last Friday
night , where ho discussed politics
from the mid road standpoint. His
speech was able and logical from
his view , and was well received by
all. At the conclusion of his address
dross the mid-road congressional
convention was hold. II. G. Stew
art , of Daws , was nominated by
Judge Reese , state commander ol
the Nebraska department of the
C4 , A. R. , returned yesterday morn
ing from the national encampment
Ho says that it was the largos
gathering of the tuioampmont tlioy
have ever had , except the year they
mot at Washington , D. C. Ho
speaks very highly o > the onter-
tniuinent piovided by the oiti/.on
of Chicago. The enoampmant wil
be held at Denver next year.
Silas Thompson , of Upton , was a
friendly caller Saturday. From him
wo learn that ho and his wife , with
a man by thu immo of Johnson ,
were the parties that discovered
George Zimmoror and Mr. Thomas
in the watoi hole where they were
drowned near his place lait Thurs
day , lie tays it wna about eix
o'clock p. m. when they found the
team and buggy anil Thomas. From
the best information at hand , they
had apparently boon iu the water
for four hours , as they loft Judge
Boblits about 1 o'clock. The ro-
oont rains had was'icd a hole about
twelve foot deep where the road
formerly crossed , and where they
drove in the banks wore porpondicu-
ar. The buggy had evidently
ippod ever as it wont into the
vater , and carried the men under
ho water witb it. The lop of the
buggy was up. Thomas was lying
on one of the horses nocks , with his
eel on the nook yoke , his head and
upper half of his body being undoc
ho water. The body of George
immcrer was found where the
juggy and horses were taken from.
Joth parlies had bruises on their
aces , and had boon blooding , which
sustains the iheory that in the up-
sotllng of the buggy they became
tangled up with the horses , and
wire Lurt so as to pievcnt their
isoapo by swimming out. Q o.
unuiorer was a son of Ford Zim-
noror , who formerly lived on the
Loup , near whom the men were
Irownod. The bodfos were taken
to Lexington the same night they
were found.
niuHic \
I am prepared to give lessons in
vocal music ; also prepared to take
pupils for the organ. Having had
: i long experience in the torching of
music , L ant desirous of having a
number of pii | iin , Hillioiont to es
tablish a ohonl society in Broken
Bow. I am also prepared to cleaner
or tune your organ at your own
home , at the lowest estimate.
N B. Any person or persons
wishing for further information , can
obtain it by applying at the homo
of John Bailey , second blook west
of the Globe hotel , nortb side of
railroad track Yours ,
StJohn's Episcopal Church.
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity ,
Sept. 10th. Morning prayer and
litany , 10:45 a. in. Subject of
sermon , "Moses un Example of
Thoroiu-hwBH. " Sunday school at
13 in ISvunini ; service , 8 p. m ,
Subject of addrops : Tlu > Soooud
Coming of Clmut. "