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I VOL , XY1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER II , 1900-EIGHT PAGES. NO 17 I
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Hold before the eyes , more with n clr-
I cu'ar motion , nnd you'll got an Idea of
the coming Chli.ejc revolution.
When these splieroK of Inflnonco be-
Bin to revolve , "John" will feel as
uiizy as dcpR the pcreon with dtfco- I
tlvo cycPlRli' , when things bogln to
awlm. The latter may and relief
from hi" dizzy fpclle' by u lnc prop
I erly fitted glasBCs. "John" may flud
Graduate ot Chicago Opthalmlo College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
J. G. Haeberle's :
ItlHn't tlie tnnterlai
tlixt Koeti into Your
repaired wutcli Unit
In a perlct
| l.l > . it Is ttlf Jiou ;
that does tne bupiness , any buugltir
can buy tin ; fine kinds ot material
that I uoo In repairing ; but skill
is the most valuable material that
can be need In watch repairing :
nnd the bunulercan't buy it. I
eell my skill ( or what It IB worth
and It will coat you lees than
bungling at lower prices.
Jeweler nnd Optician.
West Fide of square.
0 = 3
03 H ffl
0 = 3
Any one wishing a new watch moremant in an
old care , call on
J. M. SIMONSON ,
LKADINO SIIOKMAKKU a WATCH REPAIRER
Of the city , located In Ityereon'i grocery store.
Wheat _ _ 63
Hurley . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83r-
Oats. . . . 27.
Ilyo . 34
Hatter _ 12.
. (8 :
Chickens 8 Ot d-ten
Steers . . . . _ _ 4.00
Straw lOc cwi
A Good Thing-
containing the same herbs of al
healing found in Karl's Clover root
tea. They gave our ancestor
strength , kept the blood pure , one
will do the same for you If you Hay
BO. Price 25 ots. and 50 ots. Sold
by J , G. Haeberla ,
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkius' drug utorn.
1 y u I i < > n e m > , writ *
It AT SBYBOI/T.
lee nri am aoila 5 cents a glaus at
Wilktns' drug Bioro.
Cannon City coal at Dierks
Sealing wax good for canning
mrpottes at Wilkins' drug store.
Pep'sin Gum , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINB' PUABUAOY.
If jou want fresh moat , call on
Fred Maulick , west side of public
Ladies should not fail to see Mrs.
Yauney next week , as she leaves on
Snyder Bros , still lead in daily
Hales beoau&o their prices and goods
uatiBfies tlmr customers.
Store room fur rent on north
Bide of public pquare
agOtf A T. SKYBOJT
Atminuts compiled promptl ) and
iccurately by the Broken Bow Ab-
Hract Co. E. Royse , Abstractor.
Beat stock tiuru in Ouster county
'or Rale , at $8 00 per ; icro.
JES K GANDY
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
Suvdfr Bros dtfy uompetion
v \ riufH und quality ou ladies
shoes. Call and Heo them.
Write LLiydon Bros. , Oinalm
Wholesale Supply House for pnset
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab-
Btraot Co. when in need of an ab
stract of title. E RoyeoAbstractor.
Foil SALE Eight room house
and ot'e aero of land , also Burdett
Or an cheap. Inquire of
7 19 U L. E. KOON.
FOB SAI.K A one story cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price $000
'all on L. J Gandy or at thit
> ffioe. 7 I9tf
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to get a farm cheap.
aa the cheap farms are all going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BBENIZHB.
Under the new arrangement of
goods 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 Maulick is now better pre
pared than ever to nerve the public
with frenh meat. He has put in anew
now refrigerator of the latest ira
provemetits , and hia meat is kept in
first class order. Call and see him ,
on west Bide of square.
Judge H. M. Sullivan will pay a
liberal reward for tbo return of his
hound that strayed during the fair.
It is an Irifh well hound , long
whnggy hair , long bead curling
downward , lone ; shaggy tail.
Bring your butter , cgge , lard and
all other country produce to Poale
& John , and get groceries , queens-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry coeds , boots , shoes , hard warn
and drugs. PKALE & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the placo.
FABM FOB SALE At UptonNeb. .
100 acres of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation , and the rest
fenced in pasture , with three wires.
Good four room sod houae ; corn
crib and granary , oaoh 12x10 feet
connected ; stable and chicken
house , etc. For particulars call en
J. J. Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wilcox , on promises , agio
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve dinner on Thanks
giving Day , consisting of roast tur
key , chicken pie , cranberry sauce
baked beans , cabbage , salad , pota
toes , celery , pickles , jelly , pumpkin
and mince pies , brown and white
bread , tea and coffee , cream am
button Price , 25o for adults am
15u for children under 10 years o
age. Aprons , handkerchiefs am
other fancy articles will be on sale
Place will be announced later.
Job printing at this office.
Thos. Dean of West Union was
a pleasant caller Wednesday.
WANTED. Three or four more
onrdeta. E quire of Mr ? . B W. b.d
rdu in 11 n > y Block
0. II. Conrad , his brother , H F.
Conrad , and C. B. Betts left Thurs
day evening on a hunting trip to
Telephone connections have benn
completed with Sargent. We re
ceived our first message from there
Mr. R. F. Conrad and family , of
liohardaon county , are visiting
with the family of his brother , O.
I Conrad , of this city.
The attendance at the state con
vention has highly satisfactory to
ho management and the sessions
are highly interesting and edifying
Buggies Surreys ,
G. W. Apple.
J. C. Bowen has Now York
quinces , pears and sweet appies
; JartieH wanting any of them must
call soon as they will soon bo gone
Ed. and Louie HaumDut were in
ho city Saturday on their way homo
'rom Lexington , where the former
iid been after sheep , He bought
wo thoroughbred rams.
WAGONS , SURREYS
G. W. APPLE ,
The Baptist State convention now
in session in the city is a great HUO
cess The guest express themselves
as highly pleased with their enter
tainment and all of our citizens are
more than pleased with their guests.
Just received a car
load of Buggies , Sur
reys , Spring Wagons ,
G. W. ADDle.
Rev. Rust of Chapel oar fnmo ?
gave a most excellent address ou
tbo work of the chapel cars Tuee-
day night , as did also Dr Stevenson
in the work being performed by the
The schools of Broken Bow were
closed last Friday for a week , ow
ing to a ease of dipbteria in the
city. Thaa far there has been no
new oases reported , and it is thought
the danger of its spreading is not
YOU CAN SAVE
FROM FIVE TO TEN
DOLLARS BY BUYING
A BUGGY OR SURREY
OF G. W. APPLE.
John Dean of Putman county
Ilia. , it visiting with bis brother
Thos. Dean of West Union. He
made this office a friendly call Wed
nesday. He reports that corn will
make from 50 to 00 bushels to the
aore in bis county.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
u. E. CUUBOII.
The subjsot of the sermon at the
Methodist church next Sunday
morning will be : "The Divine
Recipr for Winning Souls. " Even
ing theme : "Is God a Person ? "
being the second in the eeriea on
the "Possibility of Belief in God. "
EBNBST A. KNIGUT , Pastor.
18th Sunday after Trinity. Sept ,
Hth , 1900. Morning service , 10:45 :
Subject ot Sermon : "Tho Younger
Sou. " Sunuay school , 12 M. Even ,
ing Prayer , 7:80. : Subject of ad-
dreBa : "Tho Elder Brother. "
WALTON HALL DOOOKTT , Rector ,
u. u , CIIUBOII.
Sunday school at 10 a. ra. Preach
ing by tbo now pastor , H. E. Myers ,
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
subject in the morning will bo ,
"Nebemiah's Call" , and the evening
theme will be , "Doers of the Word , "
Rev. Myers is a strong able speaker
and will be sure to please you.
Voung people's meeting at 630 ; p ,
m. Good music for each services ,
All are very cordially invited ,
The Baptist State Contention.
The Baptist State convention
is now in session in this city. It
convened Monday night aud has
bold three sessions a day since , In
the abftonop of the president Frank
Carpenter the mooting was presided
over by Rev. Van Winkle of South
Omuh.t until tun vice president Rov.
bpear arrived the next day. C. B.
Tingloy cf Blair is the recording
On Monday evening two able ad
dresses were delivered by President
Geo. Sutherland of Grand Island
college on "How to obtain the Mm.
latry wo Need , " and Ruv. Dr. II. O.
Rowland * , of Lincoln , on "The
Preaching for the day. "
Tuesday morumgaf tor conclusion
of praieo service , Rev. A.H. Ballaid ,
of Beatrice gave an vxoellanl ad
dress on , "Currout Doctrinal llore-
ini'8 , and How to Deal with Them. "
Rov. A. T. Norwood , of Coutial
City , gave an excellent addroBS on
"Tho Pastor his own EyaugeliBt. "
The address in the afternoon by
Rov. W. I. Coburn , ou "C > nso-
crated Teachers , " was hiphl } ' ap
preciated. The Homo department
was presented by Ruv. E. A. Rues-
ell , of Ord , in an able manner. Ho
wus followed by Dr. E. M.Stophon-
HOII , of Chicago , secretary of the
American Baptist Publication Society
cioty , in an able address.
The evening session was ono of
the best of the convention. The
uliapol car woik was presented by
Ruv. C. H. Rust , who lias traveled
for six years with ono of the cars.
Dr. Stephonaou gave tin interesting
address ou the missionary wagon ,
relating instances of work done.
The convention proper did not
convene until Wednesday morning
when Rov. C. W. Brinstad , general
missionary , delivered the annual
surmosi ; n an able nnd forcible
manner. The address of welcome ,
by Rov. S. W. Richards , followed ,
whoso cordial aud hearty welcome
waa very much appreciated by the
guests. The response by Rov.
Spear was well received.
'I ho reports of the general mis
sionary and treasurer were made ,
and formed subjects of lively uis
ousnion , a number participating.
Wednesday afternoon was a feast
in which a largo number partici
pated. A welcome was extended to
the now pastors in the state , by Dr.
Pulis , of North Platte , in a very
able address. Theresponso by Rev.
L. L. Cloud was followed with
short addresses by a number.
"Echoes From the Field" called out
speeches from pastors and laymen ,
with many interesting instances.
District Missionary 3. 0. Greene
gave a most excellent address on
"Iho Open Door , " as did also Rev.
J. P. Coffman on "Our Greatest
The evening session was occupied
by two able addressee Gon. Mis
sionary J. W. Crooks , of Denver ,
disonsaed the "Problem ! of the
West. " In this he related two in
stances of the life of Broken Bow
oburoh ten years o , that uro to
day exerting an infinonoo in Broken
Bow , and also in Colorado and
Chicago. E. Benjamin Andrews ,
chancellor of the State University ,
gave an able address on the subject
"Back to Christ. "
The officers elected for the ensu
ing year are J. Frank Carpenter , of
Omaha , president ; Rev. E. E. Fer
ris , of Ashhud , 1st vioo president ;
D. M. Amsborry , 2d vice president ;
T. E. Tingley , of Blair , secretary ;
and A. D. Bonway , of Lincoln ,
Rev. C. W. Brinstad was reelected -
elected general missionary and Rev.
S. C. Greene district missionary.
This morning Dr. Rowlands of
Lincoln delivered ono of the moat
eloquent and able sermons on "Tho
church of the 20th century. "
The meetings throughout havu
been largely attended , and profitable
and interesting to all , Thoao in
attendance pronounced it ono of
best over held in the state , and all
are high in their pr-xiHo of the hos
pitality of the citizens of Broken
Bow. The session will oloae to
morrow night with a stereopticon
lecture , given by Rev. D.D. Proper ,
of Des Momea , Iowa , in the M. E.
CAXTI.E FOR HAL.lt.
I bavo for sale 31 head of cattle ,
aa follows : 7 steers , 2 years old , 3
OOWB , 3 years old , coming in freah
Hoont3 ; heifers , 2 years old ; 7 steers ,
1 year old ; 4 heifers , 2 years old ; 6
calves and one Shorthorn Durham
bull , 1 year old. Cattle are 20 miles
northeast from Broken Bow.
FBLIX WEINMAN ,
, Hound Valley , Neb. oll-Ut
WR ? *
Is a pure baking powder
no alum , lime or ammonia.
No acid but that from grapes
which is pure , pleasant and
healthful enters into Dr. Price's
Fruit acids are accounted by
hygienists the most important of
the elements of the food of man ,
and of these the acid of the grape
is most prominent.
Dr. Price's Cream BakingT
Powder is not only the most effi
cient and perfect of leavening
agents , but owing to its constitu
ents is likewise prornotive of health *
. . NOTE. There are many . chenn taking nowden
PftlOB BAKING POWDER OO. mule of , alum. LIcbiR , tlie celebrated
3HIOAQO , chemist says that nlum disorders th .
toauch ami cautci acidity aud dycpeviU.
Col. E. B. Hutohius of DOB
Moinoa Iowa will apeak in the court
house in Broken Bow next
Monday night at 7:80 :
o'clock. Col. Hutohius was a
soldier in tbo civil war , in the
Cuban war in tbo Phillipino war.
Ho is ono of tbo boot speakers on
tbo stump and tboao who do not
boar him will miss a treat.
Col. Hutohino will also apeak at
MernaTuosday night at 7.80 o'clock.
You are urged to oome and take
your neighbors with you.
A BUbbing Affray.
Last Saturday afternoon in the
town of Mason City Pat Hcei , a
farmer near Mason inflicted two
severe wounds in the sidn of his
son-in-law John Drake. The
trouble Booms to have grownoutout
of a Jand deal in which Drake wont
security for Hens on , a note. Heas
was arrested and brongbt to tbo city
and held for prosecution. It waH
at first thought that Drake woa
fatally wounded , but last reports
Htato that ho is now considered out
of danger and its probable that
lloBB will noon be given bis liberty ,
providing bo can flemish bond to
guarantee his appearance in court
Dr. Stevenson , secretary of tbo
American Baptist Publication So
ciety , favored the convention Tues
day with two able and inter
eating addresses that were highly
MiLLKn GouDOw-Soudty , October 7ib. UOO , al
Memo. Nobr. , Mi. Theodora A. Miller mil
Mlti bnele Gordon , botb ot Morna , Iter. Urad
The bride is one of the moat esti
mable young ladies of Morua , and
is a daughter of Mr. and Mra. R.
Gordon , highly respected and well-
to-do farmers near Morna , who are
among the pioneers of that vicinity.
The groom is the editor and pro
prietor of the Morna Sun. He it a
young man of honesty and integ
rity , industrious , and possesses
many of the qualifications neoesiary
to auooeas in life. Prior to taking
charge of the Sun ho was foreman
in the REPUBLICAN office , hence wo
know personally wheruof ire speak
We extend to bim and bin bride ou
best wishes , and shall ever rejoice
with thorn in their success and hap
pinen on their journey in life.
WALTON Tuesday aftcruoon , at 1:60 o'clock , at
hli retldouco IntbUcity , liarloy Walton , 049
77 jrcnre , 0 inouthu and 16 d y .
The deceased had boon poorly for
a few days , but was able to bo out
up to within two days of bis death.
lo and Mrs. Walton drove oat to
huir farm , southwest of tpwn ,
Sunday afternoon. Sunday night
10 could not Ho down , as ho was
jothered with coughing and umotb-
ering spolle. It was thought be
was bettor Tuesday morning , aa he
coined oaeior , and could talk freely ,
t was not until noon that his ease
was considered serious by bis family.
lie was born in Ohio in April ,
1828 , near Lake Erie. In 1868 ho
moved to Iowa , where ho resided
until 1886 , when he moved to this
city , where he has since resided ,
jinoo ocming hero ho has been
dontified largely with the business
utoreata of the town , and has done
lia share towards aiding tbo ma
terial growth ot the city. Ho built
and owned the north room of the
Jmou block , the Commercial barn ,
south of the Commercial hotel , and
owns several other buildings in the
city. For a while after ho built tbo
store room in the Union block , ho
run a drug store in it , but finally
sold out the stock , and baa sinoo
employed his tiuio in looking after
iiis other business interests. He
was a man who not only believed
in paying his obligations , but bad
no patience with one who would
not. When a young man ho united
with the Christian church , and was
a faithful member cf that denomi
nation at bis death , lie was the
father of seven children , of whom
four uro dead and three are living.
Those living are Frank , of Leo
Park ; Pbiletus , of this city , and
Mrs. J. G. Speak , of Omaha. These ,
with his aged wife , pro the immedi
ate family who are left to mourn
bis death. Bis only brother who
is 80 years of age and lives at Utioa
oamo up to attend his funeral.
The funeral services will be con
ducted today , at 2 p. m. , from
the U. B. oburob. Rev , J. R. Teagarden -
garden , of Ansloy , his late pastor ,
will preach the funeral sermon.
The REPUBLICAN with bis many
friends in extending sympathy
to the bereaved relatives.
Mr. JoBoph Winn and Miaa Leota
Eubank , both ot Cueter county ,
were married at Gandy , Logan
county , Nebr. , September 15 , 1POO ,
by Judge Iloagland.
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