Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, September 20, 1900, Image 10

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    Is very much like the blossom-
of a flower. IN bwnity and
perfection dopi'iiils c'titiruly
upon tlie cnte bvsloweil upon
its parent. Uspci tnnt mothers
should bavc the tcndcrest iare.
They .should bo spued all worry
nnd nnxicty. They should eat
plenty of # oed nourishing food
nndtukuRentleoxpruse'J. This
will KO a lonjj wny toward preserving -
ing their health nnd their beauty
as well rw that of the little one to
come. Hut to 1 > n' ' > .ohilcly sure
of n short and painless labor they
should use
regularly during the months of gesta
tion , Tliifl Is n Himplu liniinent , which
Is to bo applied externally It jjlvoq
KtrenKth anil vljror to the imiHcli-s and
prcvenu nil o t no discomforts of prcR-
iiiiney , which women used to think
were absolutely jicref.inry When
Mother's Friend Is uni-il there in no
duntrer whatever ,
Ciet Mother's Friend at the
store , SI JUT lioltlu.
THE BKAOriELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA , (1A.
Wrll fnronrfrMbKk "llef > r > llil'T U Horn "
Call Tor County Coin out ion.
The Ouritor Co. Woman'H
rngo CoiiYQiition \ called teat
at tli" court lintiHO in Hrokcn
Saturday , Sept , 22nd , 1900.
UX : ( ) n. -Meeting of Kxccnllvo llonrd.
lUllMIn , in ItmiortH of dclt'KntcK mid uli'Ctlnn Of
cotinly ( I'llocrs for cnhiiltiK yi-nr.
B'OOp ! ) . I'lirlmiiiPiitnrf drill , conilnctril hy
MlP > I.'niiA A Urey ) ; , followed hy dlecnn-
elon of ! ) M7nr work ,
7:30p. : in 'lhl mooting "HI bo held In tlie
.Mi llmillf t rhurrh. Thrre will IKS a question
box , nnd talk by Ml n UrctfK.
Every ono JH itordially inviti'd to
attend all the Homionn of tlio uonvcn <
tioii.Diilf'uatGH will bo entertained
by tlio loual club.
MRS. DORA TOWKI , , Proa.
NMM.IIC TAYLOR , Seo'y.
Good Thing ftlulti Away.
Chlcago'ti oJllclal sealer has Issued
ordcra that all Ice must he weighed
in the presence of the c'listoinur. This
praetleally puts an end to the fun of
being the Iceman in Chicago. Buffalo
Express.
Or n NiMVHpnptir for One Ctnit.
Author "This novel contnlnB 00.-
000 words , nnd yet I'll Hell it for $50. "
Publisher "Go on ; I can buy a dic
tionary any day for $5 , " Syracuse
Herald ,
Untile Tritcitlon Hulunarlno itnat.
To enable tourists to cross the Eng
lish channel without the Inconvenience
of seasickness , a Frenchman 1ms de
signed a submarine boat , to bo propell
ed by cable traction. It will accom
modate about 250 passengers , and will
make the Journey in about an hour ,
and should any accident happen to the
motive power the boat may bo detach
ed and will at once rise to the surface
and may continue the Journey in the
ordinary manner.
til ii Klrit uf
Writing on the decline of the French
language , Jean Finot points out that
at the end of the last century French
was the language spoken by the great
est number of civilized people , whoreaa
now it atanda fourth. English is
spoken by 116,000,000 , Russian by 85-
000,000 , German by 80,000,000 , and
French by 58,000,000.
MtleiUlon.
No.the trllllonalro would not litigate ,
Sooner would he endure an Invasion of
his rights. "Were 1 to litigate , " ho
proteniod , "I should almost certainly
bo the causa of numbers of innocent
lawyers dying rich ! " This charming
anecdote shows conclusively that the
possession of great wealth does not
necessarily Bear the liner sensibilities
nor deaden the springs of noble Im
pulse. Detroit Journal. _
Looks I.tkn nn Kncllntunaii.
Says the London Graphic : "Tho
king of Portugal , whom wo have to
thank for the friendly relations wo
still maintain with the little kingdom ,
is English In his tastes. His grand
father was a flrs * cousin of the prince
consort , and ho hjmself la by no means
a Portuguese In appearance , being a
Htotit blonde man with a crop of flno
curly hair. "
Lumber Needed In 1'ulp J1I1U.
It Is estimated that of the 555,500,000
feet cut of logs In the Maine forests
the present season 225,000,000 feet will
be sent to the pulp mills instead of the
sawmills. The demand for material
for paper manufacturing has the ef
fect of sensibly diminishing the output
of lumber and increasing the cost to
builders.
Ithodo Ulnnd'H Kluo Nnw Capitol.
Rhode Island Is the smallest state
in the union in area , and its entire
population is about equal to that of
the city of Boston , yet this state has
Hearing completion a state capltol
which Is exceeded In cost by the capl-
tols of few states and which good
Judges declare is equaled by uouo in
architectural beauty.
Kt'liiilillnui Tounslilp ( 'aiiciiH.
Ai per ailvwrtiHt'iiip'nt , tliu r < pub
lican tOWtlHllip Ui\UUUH WH Ill-Ill
Monday afternoon , in the court
IlOllHL' .
! ho iiiuttinf ; wart calluJ to order
by Chairman Koysc , and tlm olijot
( if tillllll'l'tlllg HtiltOll.
On motion iMr. KoyHO w h elected
chairman , and L ) . M , Ainnbuny H > JO
reiarj.
On tliu Sixth ballot W. I. Wind ,
nnylo roLoivud a olunr majority o'-or
nil competitor * , and wan declared
tlio nominee.
W. II. Ohbnrno Jr. wan nominated
for olork , , J. & 1. Kunbcriiny for
( ri-'ifiurci ; W. M. Vanniut1 , ami-nnoi ;
, J. ,1. Sny.k-r jnsliet- , and L IS Cole
coiiHtablc.
The nomiuuc'ri for ovcrsetTH of
iho Hovcral road dintnotH wore ah
followH :
DiHtnot No. 1 OhaH. Uaviu.
District No. 2 John Kumiyur.
DJAtiiut No. 0 \4. MoCandlcHa.
District No. 4 AI. D. Callon
Dielricl No fi 1'I' ' . Arthur.
District No. 0 W. Jfi. Cadwoll.
DiHtiict No. 7 ( J. T. Wright.
The following judgi'H and oL-rkri
of cluctton wort ) recointnondcd :
North Hide Ju < J Kay , ] j. J.
Gaudy and W. S. Boyno.
Olorkfl , 0. H. huco , Willis Cad
woll.
South Sido-C. WHlivpr , W. II.
Mhackollord and Jau. Urtborno for
judges , and II. F. Kennedy nnd
I'Vank John for cli'rliH.
On motion : t rctiolulion was
adopted , authorizing tlio township
committee to fill any vacancy that
might occur on the ticket hy ap
pointment.
Moved and carried to adjourn.
Weaver's Meeting.
General J. B. Weaver , of "green
back" fame , di 1 not prove the win
ning card for tliu democrats that
wan anticipated by his fusion cc-
workorn in ( hit ) city Monday. Bills
wtro circulated in great niimbuiH at
tlm lair ground Friday , and hUnl
into tbu country by llio liuidn-ds ,
a.lvortiHini ; him for a 8pocili in
Broknn Bow Monday , at 2 o'clock.
I'ho Gonor.il was horc , but the
crowds of lormor days failed to
ni.'Uoriali/e. Tliu brans band was
unployed to drum up n crowd nt
thi ) court house , but oven the swout
ft rains of music failed to draw.
When the mooting opened there
were just 00 present by actual
roiiiit. As a republican tovviiHhip
caucus liad been advertised to be
hold in the court hoiuio at that hour ,
n number of republicans camn in ,
and thn crowd finally reached 132 ,
including women and children.
Fully one-fourth of the crowd was
women and children , and tJ'n runt
of the audionue conaitUod of about
ono half republicaiiH and I ho other
Inlf mid-road pops and democrats.
STATIC OK NKIIUABUA. )
12 Judical DiHtnct , j '
It is directed and ordered that
the term of the ditUrict court here
tofore directed to bo held in Custer
county , beginning on the 24th day
of Sept. , 1000 bo and the km me in
icreby adjourned until the Hecond
day of October , 1000.
HoMEii M * SULLIVAN ,
District Judge.
THE LAST CHANCE.
September ifith U the Dute ot the Uurllrigton's
Next Low Kate Excursion to
Points East.
Tito last of the homo visitors' excur
sions ia nnnoutieml ( ur Wednesday , Sept.
20. Ono faro pins $2.00 la the round
ttlp offered from nil Uurllngton Koute
Btntlouf in KuneiiB nnd Nubrnpka , to
cvnrywhere in lown , Wlpconsln nml the
northern penlimila of Michigan , nnci to
Hrly everywhere In IlllnolH , northern
Missouri nnd Southern Minnesota.
Tickets good to return until October III ,
1000. For llnU-a Hud tickets , apply to
nearest n tmt of the lUirllnjton Houto ,
or addreBH ,1. FranoiB Gonernl
Agent , Omaha.
Howard.
W. H. Osborno Sr. , who lias
charge of the cemetery grounds
will pay five dollnrn reward for
i information leading to the con
viction of the parties who Hhot into
the wind mill on the Broken Bow
Cemetery grounds.
HtVVU TIlOHe
Wo will pay for nil tin tobaooo
tngH one half cent each in trade of
thoBO denomination ! ! ( showing Hiutill
Htar printed on under Hide oi tag ) :
Ilorso Shoe , J. T. , Good Luuk ,
CrosB Bow , Spear Head , Drnmniond ,
Natural Leaf , Star , old llonoHty.
J. ( ' . BOWKN , The Grocer.
In tlio ilUttlci court cif CuftiT county , Nelir.
In tlio mutter of Ole J , Kttby , dcrvtitieu , Orclor
tg thow CIIURC. Tlio raiihO CHIUO on for heurlnj ;
upon tt.u pudtlon of M. 0. Wurrlngton , udmtntH-
tratorof tua ceUtu ot Ole J. Ketuy , dccenrcd ,
nnijlui ; for license to fell llio follouitiK ruiil cr-
Into , to-wit : 8 4 fcMnutl i > H BW , ofbi-c.8 , mid
the uH nnM , anil 114 niiMi of S o , IT , nil In town
1UN , of It. 17 W , In Uuitvr couutj , Nobr. , or ft
turUcluntniuount t lift oof to tiring the mui ol
$5i7 , for the imjrmunl of detits UKnlnst euld imtatu ,
and the further > uin of JtW , nald rum hoint ; u
monthly allowance of | 1U per month to i urrlu
I'.Bthy , the > vtdonr Ole J. Kitby , deceased , nnd
the costs of ntluilnlf trutlon , there not be Inn ulll-
iluiit iierronul property to PRY tlm ala debts nnd
cx > eimte. It U ttio'cforo ordered tlmt ill jicrfant
Inturunted In raid fnUtu Mppuar before mu it the
court hiuiBO In llioken How , Nrbr , on tbu 10th
nay ot October. UHXi , at 10 o'clock * ra , to uliow
cuubeh > - enlil llcuneo should bo Kruntcil to rnhl
ndinlnl iiator to soil HO uiucli of thu r ul f tittcof
rali' Utccftied H chtill bo noci > 8i > ary to pay mm
dobu nnd expemes. Dated this aoih illy of Sep
tember , 1VUU. UOMKU M. SULLIVAN ,
20-U Judge DUtrlct Court.
I ii Cuptor nnil Adjoining cuinitlcH , In - - '
-1 from Ho . Acre
- to i.ooo f
I ructH , liOUl ) 1'AKM LAND , e 5,000
lit UOJI UHAXINU LAND. I.AM ) f
Soybolt 1 KO.M 81.U ) 1'KH ACUK UP. i Acres
_ One section of fliio pasture Innil In |
for larrfon county. | for
Ono-tmlt PC-Ion In Uoipcr county , g "
Lurid. 1 ( MX ) notes on Trllln Tnblo. f "Sale.
Oiio of the Ijcpt quitter coctlonn In 5
( 'n tor Citinty , fo r niHos pontlicast
lllHlHlltl tlllt II I
fn in IlroUijii Howwith running water.
mid varlniiB other plecos. Also STOKE ilUILWNOS AND LOTS KOK 8ALK IN
IIUOIUCV IIO\V. OMK STOIIB ROOM FOR IlKNT. FARMS FOR RENT Also
I.IVtdl.N I'KOPKRTV KOH 8AI.E OR TRADK , or will trade part of f m Iftud for
l > ait ( ftttlo ur Until
Cull on or ndilrcHB me fet imrtlculnri Yours for blx.
A. T. SEYBOLT.
For Nearly Sixty YenrB
UEW-YOEK
- The Leading National Family
For Progressive Fanners nnd
TI : ITOE.
.
Villagers.
An old , stanch tried and true friend of the American People ,
from the Pacific , and the poineer in every movement calculated to
advance the interest and increase the prosperity of country people
in ever State in the Union.
For every half centuy farmers have followed its instructions in
raising1 their crops , and in converting1 them into cash have been
National authority.
If you arc interested in "Science and Mechanics" that department
will please and instruct. "Short Stories" will entertain old and
young1. "Fashion Articles" will catch the fancy of the ladies , and
"Humorous Illustrations" and items will bring1 sunshine to your
nousehold.
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THE REPUBLICAN , BROKEN BOW NEBRASKA.
One
Mar
Per
Year.
Wo own nnd occupy the tnl'rst miT-antilc huildinc ; In tin world. We have
over a.noo.ouii easterners. Sixteen hundred clerks are constantly
tilling orders.
engaged Out-of-to\ui
OUrt GKNKRAI. C AT.LOG U K la the book of the people It quotes
Whulmale Prices to UvrrylioiJy , lui over I.OM pages , 16,030 illustrations ,
U > o.v dt > i.rlption3 of srtileJ v ith prices. It costs 73 cents to print nnd ninil
iuicony. : V/o v/ant you \ - > huv ; one. TUND nmJEN CEIJTS to rhovv
j o'ir Kood faith , ar.d w , . II ut--J j > u . cojFUE1' , \Mth all chnrncs prepaid.
WADH L > Of ) Michigan Ave.and MadlionStreet
ft Mil U Oi UUi CHICAGO
a JUT-TUT JUT-TUT JUT-TUT JTJTJTJTJTJTJlJirUTp
Peae ! John & Busfene
, ( New Firm )
Pcalo A Jolin hare offocJ'itr.1 ' with tliem In Iiusliifsa
Mr HuBlitiell , recently of North Carolina , and Imvc lidded
totbulr
HTUCK of
A Now Stock of
I > ry Goods- ;
Boots and.
This In entirely a Now Stork , nnd contains quality unit
variety to unit all. Thu public U requested to call unit fccu
their goods and got prices
FRESH FRUITS AND FANCY GROCERIES ,
Wholesale nnd Hetsll
Nortlicnut Corner llcalty Ulock , - llrokcu How.
D'TjTjnjTjTnnnr un-H-ru urn-ru u LrLrLruu 'a
83 lln jnpt roculvcd an Invoice of
I FINB ART COOPS , I'ICTVRC FKAM.CS ,
EASELS , MEU/VCLiONS , WALL
J v POCKETS , TOILET CASES ,
i SCHBKN3 , 3IIAIY1
And ft full Mneof Moulding of Mm latent r-ittcriis , nnd
will mnko I'lrlnre I'rimru tooruer , niu HIZIat prices thnt
will pult everybody. HrliiK In jou-iilctnrts anaha\o tliein
framcil
ItroUoit ISi > w ,
F. C. WORNALL , President. J. A. HARRIS , OiKhler
A. J. ROUKRTSON , Vlco-Pros. VV. U. ULAUKWKLL.ABB't
Farmers Bank of Ouster County
BKOKEN BOW , NEB.
Transacts ) a General Banking Business. County Claims and
Warrants Bought.
"Wholesale and Retail'
. .AND. .
irockery ,
Clocks , \\p Pickles ,
' '
Lamps , . . lixtracts ,
Pateritr- * " " - J. C BOWE1
. , Pickling
Medicinjes , Vinegar ,
FIRE CLAY
Cutlery. Spices.
COOKING WARE
will not break with heat ,
will not rust or corrode
BAKh PANS , COOKERS , PIE PANS ,
Tea and Coffee Pots , Roasters , Etc ,
Use tliis AA7are lor Mealtli.
It Once Was Lost , but 3lTow I Have
Found it.
Whore ? At my door. At the Eagle Grocery. What in the
world is it , my dear ? It is at the Eagle Grocery , a main-
irK > Mi stock of Groceries , and at the lowest prices you ever
noard of. The Eagle has been reading the papers and keep-
mu pestod on what was being ottered for sale. They don't
say anything about Terbacker and Candy , and other good
things like that. It is not pickle dishes you want now , it is
Candy The Eagle has 2,000 pounds of candy for sale cheap.
Everybody is invited to call and get my prices.
Remember the place , on the big corner , jnst east of First
National Bank.
W. S. SWAN , Proprietor ,