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VOL , XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 27 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 15
I YOU MAY SEE
out on the world In a now way with my
What yon IIAVR seen may be only a hint
of wlmt yuu MAY BOO.
"drelnK n thins with yonrown eyes'1 Is
not always conclusive evidence tlmt you
I ece correctly.
You tee llirniiKti a windowbut thu Rlnss
may bo Imperfect or the window ( tolled.
You ee < vlth your oyen. but their re-
frnctlropower may bu faulty ; thus you
8. o but half wuat you might with properly
adjusted Rlatro * my kind.
My Imeluess to remedy eye defects
wtlch If neglected may prove ecrloua. I
g O.radunte of C hlcneo Opt halmic Collepc.
Any one wlehtrga new watch movement in an
cjld case , call on
J. M. SIMONSON ,
SlIOKMAKKH A WAT01I
Of the city , located in Rycrron's grocery etore.
Dr. E. M. Hogan ,
Ofllco over \V. 8. Swan's Grocery store.
Broken Bow , - Neb.
Dr. T , W. Baas , dontiat , Broken
Lubricating oils of all kiuds at
VVilkius' drug store.
lee cream soda 5 cents a glass at
Wilkms' drug store.
Pepsin Qtim , two packages lor a
nickel at WILKINB' PHARMACY.
Cannon City coal at Dierkn
Seahug wax good for canning
purposes at Wilkins' drug store.
If jou want fresh moat , call on
Fred Alanlick , west side of public
Snyder Bros , still lead in daily
sulM becaubo their prices and geode
Batit < tit.'H th ir cuHtermers.
Store room for rent on north
side of public square.
agOlf A T. SEYIJOLT
A four room house for sale cheap ,
for cash or will trade it for horses
or cattle. It. A. D. BANGS.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
Snyder Bros defy competion
in prices and quality on ladies
shooa. Call and see thorn.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ab.
straot of title. E Royst'Abstracter.
Twenty bores loss than u mile
from town , good house , bust water ,
wind mill , $700. Enquire of J. J
All parties are hereby notilied not
to hunt on my promises , under pen
ally of the law.
Under the new arrangement of
Roods Snjder Bros , are better prepared -
pared than ever to wait on their
customers , that throng their store
daily. Prompt and courteous
treatment is what wins.
Fred Maulick is now bettor pre
pared than ever to servo the public
with frchli meat. Ho has put in a
new refrigerator of the latest im
provemontB , and his meat is kept in
first class order. Call and see him ,
on wtst side of squire.
JJring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Poalo
& John , and get grocericF , quecnB-
ware aiid fresh fruit , or orders for
dry Goods , boots , shoos , hardware
and drugs. PKAIK & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocerc , is the placo.
Ur. Withers , Omnha's painless
denliet , will bo in our city Oct. 8th
and Olh. Oftico at Globe hotel.
Call and sop him if yon want your
work done at tity priceo , nnd by an
experu nt'Cil dentiet. Tei'th PX-
tracted without pain. Sot of teeth ,
| 6,00. 30 years' experience. 827-2
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN OPENED ,
Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease Proves a Drawing
Bryan's False Prophesies Four Years Ago
Contrasted with Present Conditions.
Mrs. Mary E'leu ' Laa < o oponud
the republic in campaign in thu city
[ Monday night , * iih > \n eloquent
address to an uumonse nudiencu at
the opera house. The meeting wa >
advertised for the court house ,
where J. B. Weaver spoke to an
audience of 132 recently. But be
fore half half the people who wore
clamoring for entrance could got in ,
the court house was crowded , and
Chairman Royse adjourned the
meeting to the North Side opera
house , where fully 000 people as-
* > mblotl , lilting the hall and nidi-
rooms to bear the famous woman
mnpaign orator S voral of tlu-
iti'lienui1 ' had come twenty or thirty
iniltiH. The attoiidanco was remark
uble , considering the short npaco of
time it had bnon advertised , and
exceeded the expectations of the
Mrs. Lease spoke lor over an hour
in a clear and forcible voice , and
was clearly ho/ird in every part of
tl > 3 hall. Fully twenty ladies oc
cupied the rostrum will1 her. lln
arraignment of ( he dcmourutk
pnr'y wan most wovero , and a re
minder of the palmy days of popu
lism , when they and thn demociatH
would score the republicans. Sat-
wa.i especially hard on A.dlai Stev
enson , whose record hhe reviewed
without restraint. Site made a
strong appeal to populists , of which
who claims the honor of having been
a loader , to lorsako oopperhcadism ,
and join with the party of pros
perity and progresswhich has always
been loyal to the Union and against
human slavery of the negro in the
Houth , as well as in the Philippine
When she related the Hlory of
ner father a.ul tivo brothers who
( Hod on southern brittle fields , in
defunso of the Union , those who
had criticised her sincerity felt that
who had given ample reason for
refusing to follow her party , whore
southern democracy and the loaders
in the Tammany ice and cotton
trusts would dictate her political
policy. She related instances of
Judge Reesu went to Grand Island
R. E. Broga , of Callaway , was a
oity visitor Monday.
Chester Green , of Green , was at
the republican meeting Monday
WANTED To hire a boy on W.
C. Luce's farm , in Rose Valley.
Julep Uaumont and wife and
several others from Elton , attended
the republican meeting Monday
Henry Kelly , of Anselmo , was
among the republicans ot the county
that wore here Monday night to heai
Mrs , Lease.
Buggies Surreys ,
GK W. Apple.
Alpha Morgan has been appointed
register of the Broken Bow land
office , in place of F. 11. Young ,
Rov. E. A. Knight went to Lex
ington Tuesday to attend the M. E.
conference that is in session there
Chas , E. SpifEord , of Gaudy , was
a city visitor Monday afternoon.
Ho remained over to hear Mary
Ellen Lease Monday night.
WAGONS , SUEREYS
G. W. APPLE ,
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to got a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all eoing ,
and prieos are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BIIKNIZPR.
The Callaway Courier says that
on Monday of Inul week tire from
an exploding lamp burned the store
and clock of A. F. Elliott , at Odessa ,
Buffalo county. Mr. Elliott was
formerly station agent at Oconto.
Just received a car
load of Buggies , Sur
reys , Spring1 Wagons ,
G , W. Annie.
Gen. Weaver and his wife being
shamufully treated and pelted with
rotten eggs iii the south , when
campaigning there as a populist ,
while h accompanied him , and
charged that those same people are
now supporters of Bryan and Stev
enson , and are now asking popu
lists to join them. Her eulogy of
President McKinley and of the mas
terly manner in which ho had hand
led the intricate questions of the
times was moat heartily applauded
by the vast audience.
In an able way siio showed up the
uicotiMrUunoisH c.f W. . ) . Bryan
since his advent into public lifo ,
and did not forgot to mention his
brilliant ? army record , in which ,
aftir receiving iiu officer's commis
sion , ho enlisted in the army , and
resigned to keep from going into
their active service.
In discussing the tininoial issues ,
she referred to Bryan's prophesies ,
showing him up a dismal failure as
a statesman and prophet , while upon
the otlmr hand the republican party
had proved its thoones correct , and
and that i very step towards pros
perity , progress and good govern
ment that has been made in the
nation for the past forty years have
been made by the ropublioin party.
She stated that although Bryan had
prophesied in 1800 " .hat in ease
Mi-Kinloy was elected and the
republican party was restored to
po'ver , our imports would exceed
our exports , and general disaster ,
poverty" and misery.would bo increased -
creased , that thu rovcrso was true ,
ati'l that government statistics show
that in the past ihroe years what wo
have field exceeds what wo have
bought $483,000,000. And during
the previous 107 years our exports
only amounted to $333,000,000 , but
during the past three years our
exports have exceeded that of the
107 years previous $1,100,000OCO.
Mrs. Lnaso was highly pleased over
the immense audience that greeted
her here , and the cordial treatment
she received in Broken Bow.
A Sommers , of Morna , was a
welcome caller at this office Satur
Thomas Smith of Eudell is build.
ing a frame house on his property
in this city just south of the M , E.
Mrp , T. W. Bass and little girl
will go to Grand Island next week
and will bo gene two or throe weeks
visiting there and Wood river
with relatives and friends.
Hattloy returned last Friday
night from bis visit to Ohio , whore
ho has been since the national en
campment , which ho attended at
Chicago. He was on the train that
was held up by robbers near Wood.
lawn , as ho oame home ,
YOU CAN SAVE
FROM FIVE TO TEN
DOLLARS BY BUYING
A BUGGY OR SURREY
OF G , W , APPLE.
Daniel Barrett , of the West
Table , was a friendly caller Mon
day. Ha threshed his wheat last
week. Tt averaged eleven and one-
half bushels to the acre. Ho think ?
his corn will make about fifty
bushels to the acre. Hay is also a
good crop in his vicinity.
Senator C. II. VanDuson , of
Omaha , will bo here on the morning
of Oct. 3d , to entertain the crowd
that may gather hnforo Gov. llooso-
volt arnvoH. Mr. Van Duaen is an
able and well informed speaker , and
all thoBo who get here in time to
hear him will bo well pleased.
Mm. T. II. Wingato , of Chicago
who has been visiting her sister ,
Mrs. J. C. Moore , for the last four
weeks , returned homo Sunday morn-
inn. She was accompanied by MIBB
Kate , Mr. Moore's youngest daugh
ter , who will remain in Chicago all
winter and attend school there.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
Job printing at this office.
Foil SALIC Fvo largo freali Dur
ham cows , A. MuMimruv.
Edgar anil Tom Varnoy wuro up
Monday evening to hear Mm. Loaoo.
Fred Uaoklmrgh , of Armi'lino ,
alltuuk-d tliu speaking Monday
Bert SHIH iri goiug u.-outid on
crutches , ihti lo-tiilt ol ° u sprained
1 C. VV. Bowman in building a new
u welling noiiuu m thu north west
part of town.
G. W. Brown , who haa beun at
Butte. Montana , for ( tiVtiral mom hi ,
returned home last Thursday.
Dr. Day'ri father was here visit *
ing him last week , do returned to
hia Illinois homo Sunday night.
J. A. Miller , editor of the Morua
Sun , oatno down Monday afternoon
to play in the band Monday night.
Owing tc Mrri Bass' health being
poor they have dncidod to break up
house keeping for the proient , t
least and thu family will board this
The Broken Bow Boys Band
have orgauiz" d , what will bo known
an the Vooophoue Band. AH noon
aH their instruments arrive they will
le ready for campain rallies.
Look out for them.
E. R. Douglua and T. E. Wheeler
returned yesterday from their overland -
land trip to the Big Horn basin
They hayo boon gene two mouths
or more. Mr. Douglas has been
greatly improved in health by the
Mrs , N. Yaunoy of San Franeisoo
will give a free illustrated health
talk to mothers and daughters at
tuo M. J Church looturo room on
Saturday and Wednesday after
noons at 2:30 : p. m. All ladies
cordially invited. It
Dr. A. II. Shoemaker returned
yesterday from a month's visit at
his old homo in Indiana , after at
tend ing the national onoampmont at
Chicago. 11 o says that Indiana will
give from 15,000 to 30,000 for
Tom Wright , editor of the Aus-
loy Chronicle , was in the uity Mon
day afternoon. This office ac
knowledges a friendly call. Ho and
a number of others from Ausloy
remained over to hoar Mrs. Lease
discuss the political issues.
David Brinson has sold his pro
perty interests in Broken Bow to
A. F. Ingram and loft this morn
ing tor Kansas whore he expects to
make his home in thn future. Mrs.
Brinson has been in poor health for
some yoara nd it ii her wish to go
to Kansas to be near her children
that live there.
Rev Goo. Burns , who has boon
pastor of the Preabyteran oburoh
for the past year and a half , shipp
ed his goods yesterday and left with
his family thin morning for Penn
sylvania his former home. Mr.
Burns is an able and faithful minis
ter and it is with regret hid many
friends BOO him leave.
Attorney A. Moore and 0. W.
Beal hare formed a partnership in
the law and collection business ,
nnder the firm name of Beal &
Moore , and have offices np stairs in
the Broken Bow State Bank build
ing , over Haoberle's drug store.
The RKrunuoA.ii wishes the new
firm success in their lino.
Republican Speaking at Callaway ,
Thursday , Oct. 4th , 1000.
Col.E.R. Ilutohinsof DosMoinos ,
Iowa , will speak at Callaway , Thurs
day evening , October 4th , 1000.
Mr.Hutohins is an able and forcible
speaker , and all who can avail them
selves of the opportunity of hearing
him will bo well repaid for their
It is about time now you should
raakn your fall purchase of farm
landn , Hero are a few bargains.
100 acres , 7 miles north of Brok
en Bow , 80 acres , in joultivation
price $000.00 , or oaah.
1GO acres 0 miles from Broken
Bow , grass land , $400.00 one-half
160 acres , 2 miles from Broken
Bow , all fine valley land and wol
improved , 120.00 per acre.
FLOOD IUaAN-At the Kearney Catholic church
dept. 6th , 1VOO. Mr M. J. Flood and Mlts Mv j
W. Megan , both of Mem * , Nebr. , Key. Fktbn
Fetlock olUclatlnK , assisted by tli
brother , Her. J. J. Flood , of Sydney.
The reooption was given at the
Windsor hotel , Kearney , where a
pleasant time was had. The bride
received many valuable present ! .
They will make Kearney their future -
turo homo ,
No inferior or impure ingredients arc
used in Royal for the'purpose of cheapen
ing its cost ; only the most highly refined
Royal Baking Powder imparts that
peculiar sweetness , flavor and delicacy
noticed in the finest cake , biscuit , rolls ,
etc. , which expert pastry cooks declare is
unobtainable by the use of any other
Alum Is used In making chenp taking powder * . It
you want to know the cflcct of alum upon tba
lender linings ol the stomach , touch a piece to
your tongue. You can mlse biscuit with alum
taking powder , but at what a cost to health I
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.j 100 WILLIAM OT.j-NEW YORK.
The Thirty-third Anniversary of the Ne
braska IlapliBt Stnto Convention ,
To ho hold with the First Baptist
church , of Broken Bow , Nelr. ,
Ootober 8 to 12 , 1000.
MONDAY KVKSINQ , OCT01UCII 8.
7SO I'raverfcorvlco HOT 1 II Wood.
7:40 : Address : "How to Obtain the Ministry
Wo Need , " HOT Gee Huthorlmid , D. D.
SMS Address"The Preaching for the Day , "
Itcr. II O Rowlands , D I ) .
TUBBUAY MOHNING , OCT. U.
8:3(1 : ( I'ravor and Pralso Servlcu.Hcv IIF Kullraan
0:00 : AddroHHt "Current Doctrinal Heresies ,
and How to Deal with Them , " Her A II
0:30 : Discussion.
0:45 : Address : "Paitornl Leadership , " Her rt
11 lUIrden , 1) I ) .
OitO Addreis : "The Pastor Ills own KTUIIUO-
Hit. " Ilov A T Norwood.
1:00 : Address : Rev O E Jluwltt , I ) I ) , Uulrer-
al'y of Chicago.
1:50 : Adjournment.
TUESDAY AFTKHNOON , OOTOIIICH 9
SUHUAT SCHOOL OOMVINT10M.
2:00 Pralso Ssrrlco , Pros C R Tlngley.
2:30 : Address : "Uonsocr ted Teachers , " Her
8:00 : " 8. B. Mli lon ry Actlrlty , " Itev L , M
3:30 : "Ilome Department , It Value and Our
Need of It,1'Itev K A Russell.
OUcntelon , Klectlonof Oflloors , oto ,
TUESDAY EVENING , OCTOHER 0.
AKIMOAH BAPTIST PUI1UOATION BOOIITT.
7:80 : Praise Hcrrlco , ROT Qco Hmlth.
8:10 : Report of Committee , Itev Gee Van Winkle
8:15 : General Work , ROT E M Btophonnon , Din-
trlot Pecretary , Chicago , 111.
8 : Chapel Care , Rev O II Rust.
WEDNESDAY MORNING , OCTollER 10.
9:00 Devotional SorTlccs , HOT L K Troyer.
(0:80 Annual Horrnou , ROT O W lirlustad.
0:00 Address of WelconiK , HOT b W Hlchardi.
Koipotif o Pren J Frank Carpenter.
10:10 : lloportof the Hoard.
Report of the Treasurer.
General Discussion of tha Report ! : Her
A W Clark. Mr 0 A Schappol , Mr A G
Rolf and ottiers.
Appointment of Committees.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON , OOT011ER 10.
2:00 Pralie Hcrvlco , HOT W M Krane.
8SO : Welcome to . < ftiw Pastors In the Slnlo , Rev
J D Palls.
KiiO Responm , R T L l > Cloyd.
30 : Echoes from the Field ( llTO-mlnntu reports
by Mlsalonary Pastors ) , Ren John skyui
K M Joffers. Lee Hunt , J R Woods , A T
Norwood , W S Wilson , J 3 Codorburic. J
W Feffress , II A Kttlcbcnuach.
3SO : "Open Doom , " UJxtrlct Mlulonury B 0
3:50 "Onr Oroatost Need , " Rev J P Collman.
1:10 : "Systematic Uenellcsticc , " Pros Uoj Suth
430 Open Parliament ! "Giving to thu CHUBO
of Chrlit , Who , Why , How Much ! " con
ducted by Hev E K Ferris.
WEDNESDAY EVENING , OCTOUKH 10.
7:110 : Devotional , HOT F D Kennedy.
8:00 : "Problem ! ot tun Wnet , " HOT J W Orookt > ,
Geu'l Mlstlonary , Colorado
8:3 : * "llaclc to Christ , " 1'ren E 1) Andrews , U D ,
THURSDAY MORNING , OCTOUEH 11.
9:00 : Opeultiu Banlce , Her C II llaucroft.
:30 : "The Church of the ! lh C utury , " HBT II
O Howlands , D D.
11:00 : Haslness Session
Reports of Committees ,
Election of Officers
llCO : Adjournment.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON , OCTOBER 11.
WOlIBK'S IIOMl AND rOBIIOH MIIIIONB.
2:00 : to 4iO ? Home Minions.
Het.ort of W 11 11 M Bocloty , Ul * M
Address , Ml s M G liurdetto , Chicago , Cor.
Scc'y. W it II M B.
4:00 : to 6:00 : Foreign Missions.
Opening Service , tfanule L Uihorn.
Review of the Work , Mrs J II Kerr.
Address , Mlns Anna Iluzzell , Japan.
THURSDAY EVENING , OOTOUEH U ,
7:30 : Devotional , Rev A 8 Merrl&eld ,
8 :00 : Report of Committee on Education , Rev L
8:10 : Tun Obligation of NcbrniU Ilaptlsti to
Grand Iiland CollegeRev B F Jorden.DD ,
8 40 The Vital Element In Education , Ex I'm
K L Uletson , D D.
FRIDAY MORNING , OOT011ER it
9:00 : DvTOtlonal.
0:30 : Report of Standing Committee , Mr E E
Address , Mr W I Klmore ,
Addreis , Rev J N Clark , D 1) .
Addrens , Rev 11 U liable , I ) D.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON , OCTOHKK 18
u. r , r , v , or XKUUASKA ,
2iM Devotional ,
U"U Huporl of Corresponding Secretory.
HeporL of Treasurer.
Hoiiort of Nominating Committee.
ii'M Clnclmmll Convention Memories , ( by dole *
Kiitvs prcKcnt. )
. ' 1:0(1 : ( Tin- * of Five , " Hov ( J II llancroft.
'Iliri Ntudy Court lor tha Year 1UOO-1U01.
SH : ; ) DlncuCHlon of ( J 0 0 Mnthodn.
3:40 : Open Harllamnnti " What Can We Do for
the laical Societyf Conducted by 0 II
4:00 : .Junior Methods. Mr W II Davis ,
lW : ) "WlmlShill WeDdHlthlhe lloyst J W
4:85 Dlftcnnflloii ,
4 45 Adjournment
FRIDAY EVENING , OCTOIItilt 1 * .
UUHK MIHH10N ) .
7ii : : ) Dnvotlouiil , II G Mnclooil.
8U : ) SliTfOptlran Lecture , Hov D 1) I'roner.DUt
Hec'y A 11 II M 3.
1. It It earnestly hoped tlmt each contributing
church will pond lu pastor and at least two other
U. All delegates rhould end their unmes at
ouooto Hev 8 W HIclmrdB , pantorof the Ilrokeu
U. The \Vo8tern PaasetiKer AR oclatlon has
trnnted n cpedsl rate for the round trip of one
'aro and u third from all poliiU In Nebraska , on
tbo cuttlflc.nte plan.
ICrtry delt > eato must obtnln a ccrtlllcato from
attout whuii ticket IB purchased ,
CV liuiNSTAU , Uor. Sec'y.
Will bo at Broken Bow Wednes
day morning Oct. 3 , at 8 o'clock
sharp. Ho will speak at the depot
not to oxoou'd 20 minutes. Hon.
John L. Webster Nebraska's noted
orator will speuk in the afternoon.
[ very ono who can should bo
Senator Dolliver of Iowa and
other prominent speakers will also
'iddross the peoplo.
A. A. Collom , ot Lomax , has
bought tht grocery and confection
ary store of A. Wallace. Ho haa
ordered a fresh etock of grocerioa
and expects to have them on , ready
to reopen the store again about the
first of October. Mr. Collom is
not a stranger in Broken Bow.
He put the linn bakery in the town
in 1880 and afterwards had a
grocery store in the building where
the Stack Bros , are located. The
KKI-UIILICAN extends to him a
welcome and bespeaks for him a
liberal share of trade.
Woman SulfraKO Convention.
Miss Laura B. Gregg's meeting
Saturday night , under the auspices
of the equality club , pioved to boone
ono of the moat intoroHting features
of the woman suffrage oonvontiou
hold that day. It was on the plan
of a question box and answers. A
number of questions were handed
in , bearing on the suffrage move
ment , many of them on criticisms
made against woman suffrage. Misa
Gregg proved equal to the occasion ,
and the fair and intelligent manner
in which she handled the questions
submitted , not only raised her in tha
estimation of the audience , but
made friends for her cause. Mies
Julia Willis was olooted president of
the county organization , Miss Nellie
Taylor , recording secretary ; Mrs.
D. V. MoKiunoy , corresponding
secretary ; Mra. 0 , II. Jefforda ,
treasurer ; Miss Ellen Coyoy. mana
ger of press bureau ; auditors ,
Meedaniea M. E , Thompson and L ,
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