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VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 4 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 16
"Two Ways of
Looking at It. "
t rwelvo ! nche < li the normal distance
at wMch perfect eye * tec beet nnd eaMcgt.
Holding Dock or paper differently ineaua
eye rtraln meanp an error In refaction
or detective muscles means gruvo barm
eoonor or later
"A claeB In Hire P TOB" slightly
changed , but you know the Import , and
tyee aru tnoro Important than stitches.
Graduate ot Chlcaeo Opthalmlo College.
T School Books ,
School Supplies ,
_ V JH A -
J , G. Haeberle's.
It iHii't tne material
tu t icoet * Into your
repaired vrutcli tliat
l i a perfect
that does the business , any bungler
can buy the flno kinds of material
that I nee In repairing ; but okill
iq the moet valuable material that
can be used in watcb repairing :
ncd the bunulercan't buy ic. I
sell my skill ( or what It le worth
and It will cost you lees than
bungling at lower prices.
P. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician
West side of square.
C3fo CU3 0
Any one wltbloc a new watch increment in an
old cage , call on
J. M. SIMONSON ,
LCIDINO SnoKMiKin & WATCH REPAIUKK
Ot tbo city , located In llyereon's grocery store.
Wtl t . 63
llarley . . . 3ac
Oata . . . 27.
llje _ S4
Hotter _ 12.
. . _ . . 40 :
Onions 8" >
Chickens , it OC drzeo
Steers . . . . _ _ 4.00
Straw lOc cwt
JlBy _ _ 5.00
A Good Thing.
containing the same herbs of all
healing found in Karl's Clover root
tea. They gave our ancestor
strength , kept the blood pure , end
grill do the same for you If you nay
BO. Price 26 cts. and 60 cts. Sold
by J. G. Haeberlo.
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug store.
FOB SALK Fve large fresh Dur-
> am cows. A.
Ice cream soda 5 cents a glass at
Wilkina' drug store.
Cannon City coal at Dierke
Scaling wax good for canning
nirposea at Wilkius' drug store.
Pepsin Gum , two packages for a
nickel at WILKINS' PHARMACY.
WANTED. Throe or ( our more
boarders. Enquire of Mrs. B. W. lid
wards , in Iloahy Block.
If you want fresh moat , call on
Fred Maulick , west side of public
Snyder Bros , still lead in daily
sales because their prices and goods
satisfies thuir oustormers.
WANTED To hire a boy on W.
O. Luce's farm , in Rose Valley.
FOUND A laciy'n uapu which can
bo had at this office by idenlfying
property and paying for this notice
Store room for rent on north
side of pqblic equare
agOtf _ A T. SBYBOLT
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab-
Htract Co. E Royso , Abstractor
Beat stock iarm in Custer county
for sale , at $8.00 per aero.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
SnydtT Bros defy uotupetion
in prices and quality on ladies
shoes. Call and see thorn.
Write Hayden Bros. , Omaha
Wholesale Supply House for pnoet
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab-
Htraut Co. when in need of an ab
stract of title. E.Roy ee , Abstractor.
FOB SALE Eight room house
and one acre of land , also Burdett
Organ cheap. Inquire of
7 19 tf L. E. KOON.
Twenty acres leas than a mile
from town , good house , best water ,
wind mill , $700. Enquire of J. J.
FOB SALE A one story cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price (900.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at tbie
office. 7 I9tf
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now JB the time to get a farm cheap.
as the cheap farms are all going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BBKNIZEB.
All parties are hereby notified not
to hunt on my premises , under pep
alty of the law.
s20 41 FBAHK WEIRENUEDEB.
Under the new arrangement of
pooda Snyder Bros , are better pre
pared than ever to wait on their
customers , that throng their store
daily. Prompt and courteous
treatment is what wins.
Fred Matlick is now better pre
pared than ever to serve the public
with fresh meat * He has put in anew
now refrigerator of the latest im
provements , and his meat is kept in
first class order. Call and see him ,
on west side of square.
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Poale
& John , and get groceries , queens-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry goods , boots , shoos , hard warn
and drugs. PBALB & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the placo.
Dr. Withurb , Omaha's painless
dentist , will be in our city Oct. 8th
and 9th. Office at Globe hotel.
Call and see him if you want your
work done at city prices , and by an
experienced dentist. Teeth ex
tracted without pain. Set of teeth ,
$6.00. 20 years' experience. B27-2
FABM YOU SALK At UptonNob. .
160 acres of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation , and the reat
fenced in pasture , with three wires.
Good four room sod bouae ; corn
crib and granary , each 12x10 feet ,
connected ; stable and chicken
house , etc. For particulars call on
J. J. Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wilcox , on premises , ug6
People Gather by the Hundreds to See and
Hear the Next Yice President and
Governor of Nebraska.
Hon. Jas. Wilson , Secretary of Agriculture ,
Addresses a Large Audience in
The citizens ot Custer county
had the honor yesterday of iseoing
and hearing speak in Broken Bow ,
Gov , Theodore Rooeovolt , Senator
J. P. Dolliver , Hon. James Wilson ,
a member of the president's cabinet ,
and C. H. Dietrich , the republican
candidate for governor. A number
of the other candidates for state
offices on the republican ticket , and
Judge Kinkaid , candidate for con
gress , were present.
Notwithstanding the early hour ,
8 a. m. , fully 2,000 people had congregated -
gregated at the depot before the
arrival of the apeoial which earned
the Roosevelt party , to extend a
welcome to our distinguished
guests. On the arrival of tbo train
tbo reception committee took the
party in charge , and conducted
thorn to the stand that had been
erected on the vacant lots south-
weat of the depot , proceeded by the
cornet band. Tbo meeting was
presided over by Mayor Roysc , who
introduced the speakers. Gov.
RooBovolt who was the first speaker ,
apoko23 niintitoe and wan frequent
ly applauded. Senator Deliver , of
Iowa , who gave the Dudianoo a
Job printing at this..office.
Judge Wall , of Loup City , is at
tending court here this week.
Jas. Pierce , of Lodi , was a
friendly caller at this office Tues
J. S Kirkpatriok , of Lincoln , is
looking after law matters in the
district court this week.
Geo. Willing is having built an
implement house on the corner of
the block north of the Grand
P. G. Green , of Greenwas among
the old veterans who came in to see
and hear the hero of San Juan.
Jnlei and Louis Haumont , of
Elton , were on time yesterday
morning to see and hear the next
Twenty-five hundred people as
sembled yesterday , at the early
hour of 7:30 : , to hear th prosperity
Buggies Surreys ,
GW. . Apple.
F. E. Van Antwerp , of Lodi , was
a city visitor Tuesday , tie remained -
mained over until Wednesday to
see the next vioe president.
Mrs. R. H. Hubbard returned
last Friday from Tennoaeo where
she has been visiting with her rela
tives for several weeks.
WAGONS , SURREYS
G. W. APPLE ,
Jas. Coaner , who has been at
Gering and Alliance several weeks
working in the interests of the M.
B A. returned homo Tuesday morn-
District court is in session this
week. The divorce case of Mra. J.
C. Wallace aganist A. Wallace oc
cupied the time of the court yester
Of the parties in the city yester
day from Woaterville that oamo to
see Gov. Roopevolt wore S. L. and
Elmer Cannon. T. G. and W , M.
Gardener , A. H. Copaey Isaac Clark ,
and O. H. Moody.
Just received a car
load of Buggies , Sur
reys * Spring Wagons ,
G. W. Annie.
U. H. Holmes fromerly located
at this place , but now of Grand
Inland made thia office a friendly
call Monday afternoon. Mr. Holmes
is traveling salesman for the Doe-
land fruit Co.
thirteen minutes talk'was followed
by C , H. Dcitrioh who after ox.
pressing his appreciation of the re
ception closed by joining in with
the crowd in three rining cheers for
MoKinloy and Roosevelt as the
train whistle for utarting.
lion James Willxon was intro
duced aud after a few remarks
adjourned the mooting until
2 o'clock in the afternoon at
the opera house. At the after
noon mooting a large crowd as
sembled. The exoroiaoa were
opened with c song by the Parks
Imperial Quartette , of York. The
first speaker was Joseph Pigman
who after a few words gave
way for Secretary Willson. Again
the quartette favored the audi-
anco with another si lection of
music. For moro than an hour
secretary highly entertained his
audianco and was highly appreoiat
cd. Hia speech was principally
along the line of expansion of trade
and prices under McKinlev'a ad
ministration over that attained the
four years previous under free
trade and democratic theories.
Ladies interested in Viavi homo
treatment should see Mrs. Yaunoy
at Commoricil Hotel ,
P. H , Monk has accepted a posi
tion in the grocery department of
Ihompaon , Ruble & Stevens.
The hour of the Sunday evening
service at the Episcopal church has
boon changed to half past eovou.
The Broken Bow Political Equal
ity Club will moot at the home of
Mrs. Clrra A. Young , Friday even
ing , October 5 , 1900.
Those free lectures for ladies
are getting very popular and many
are taking advantages ot them.
Wednesday and Saturday for an
A , P. Cox , of Rodfern , made this
office a friendly call yesterday
morning , after hearing Gov. Roosevelt
velt , Senator Dolliver , Secretary
Wilson and C. U. Dietrich , our
The Ladiei' Guild of the Episco
pal church will give a "Christmas
Fair" in the opera house about
December 10th. It will be a good
chance to purchase your Christmas
YOU CAN SAVE
FROM FIVE TO TEN
DOLLARS BY BUYING
A BUGGY OR SURREY
OF G , W. APPLE.
Preaching in the Baptist church
next Sunday , at 11 o'clock a. m. ,
arid 7:30 o'clock p. m. B Y. P. U.
at 0:30 : o'clock. Morning subject ,
"The Advantages of Godliness. "
Everybody cordially invited to at
tend these services.
Dr. Clinton Day has moved hia
offioo to the west side of the square ,
in the building owned and formerly
occupied by H. L. Frazier as a
photograph gallery. It gives him
a fine location , aud ho has remod
eled the interior of tbo building HO
as to make it very convenient for
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Among those from Morna attend ,
ing the Roosevelt meeting yester
day , were J. J. and R. P , Stanford ,
I. A. and E , M. Coleman , Bud
Thomas , Larce Reed , Geo. Farmer ,
J. J. and J. O. Joyner , F. L Mann *
ini , Wm. Coaner , J. N. Branden
burg , J. B. Smith , J. P. MoRill and
The manufacturers of Royal
Baking Powder have always declined
to produce a cheap baking powder
at the sacrifice of quality.
The Royal is made from the
most highly refined and wholesome
ingredients , and is the embodiment
of all the excellence possible to be
attained in the highest class baking
Royal Baking Powder costs only
a fair price , and is cheaper at its
price than any similar article.
Samples of mixtures made in imitation of baking
powders , but containing alum , arc frequently dis
tributed from door to door , or given away in
grocery stores. Such mixtures are dangerous
to use in food , and in many cities their sale is
prohibited by law. Alum is a corrosive poison , and
all physicians condemn baking powders containing it.
. . .
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM 8T. , NEW YORK.
Callaway was represented yester
day at the republican speaking in
tbo oily by Qpo. B. Hair , Dt ,
UathewH , H. El. Andrews , C. B.
Drum , Harry Evans , Harry Phillips ,
J. J , Douglas and Goo. Winkraan.
Perry Motoalf , J. C. Prodmoro ,
Gee , Garrison , John Murphy , J. F.
HaUey , N. C. Tarlton , of Walworth
wore among the number that oamo
in yesterday to sen the next vioo
president and an well at the next
governor of Nebraska ,
Dr. G. W. Kirkpatriok , of the
West Table , accompanied by his
brother , of Grant county , Indiana ,
and Mr. Frazier , of Iluntingtou
county , made thia office a friendly
call last Thursday. Messrs.Frazier
and Kirkpatriok Bay Indiana will
give the republican ticket 10,000
greater majority than it did four
G. N. Rawaon , A. W. Drake and
wife and Geo. Carr have returned
the last few days from the ( } . A. R.
National Reunion that was held
at Chicago. They visited aoveral
other points in the east. Mr. and
Mrs. Drake visited their old homo
in Ohio , while Mr. Carr was at his
old homo in Pernsylania and
Toronto Canada while gone ,
H. G. Rogora returned the first
of the week from a visit of Hovorl
months in the east , Hid family is
located at Chicago whore his
daughter Nettie is in school. Frank
is in Vermont whore ho is looking
after sale of some horses which Mr.
Rogers had shipped there. Mr.
Rogers will stay here for BOIUO
time looking after his business
The uHual services will be con
ducted at the M. B church next
Sunday , both morning and evening.
Morning theme , "Tho Bride's
Adornment. " In the evening the
pastor will begin a series of four
Hertnoni on the general theme ,
"The Possibility of Belief in God. "
Everybody cordially invited to at
tend these service * .
EBNBBT A , KNIGHT , Pastor ,
Mr. Apple , father of Misa "May
Apple , aHohool teacher arrived Mon
day evening from Louaianna to nee
Ilia daughter , whom ho had
not H3on for eighteen years. It had
boon reported that her father waa
dond , but not being satisfied Mian
Apple , after she had grown up be
gan an investigation and his visit to
see his only child living is the result.
Dr. R. B. Mullins , of Goring ,
oamo down Friday night with a
patient for the Broken Bow hospi
tal for a surgical operation. The
man whom he brought down a few
wouks ago , and who wan operated
upon , ho aays is well and hearty ,
and as rugged as over. Thin man
that ho brought down Friday is in
a moro precarious condition , yet
ho hia getting along uiooly since
The Nebraska Baptist State Con
vention will convene hero next
Monday night , and remain in session
until the following Friday night.
An interesting and profitable
session is anticipated. The citizens
have quite generally consented to
help entertain the delegates , which
it is thought will number about 200.
Several of the ablest men in the
denomination will bo here , and par
ticipate in the exorcises. The pro
gram appears in the RKI'UBLICA.N
this week ,
St. John's Episcopal Church.
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity ,
October 7th , 1000. Morning ser
vice , 10:45 : a. in. Celebration of
the Holy Communion. Subject of
aormon : "Tho Unity of the Spirit. "
Sunday school at 12 M. Evening
prayer , 7:30 : p. in. Subject of ad
dress ; "Those who do not care. "
You are cordially invited to bo
WALTON HALL DOCKIETT , Rector.
Judge H. M. Sullivan will pay a
liberal reward for the return of his
hound that strayed during the fair.
It is an Irirh welt hound , long
shaggy hair , long head curling ,
downward , lout ; shaggy taih
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