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VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 18 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 18
Iiqalto annoying If it tin't the right
kind of UlliIt the watch doein't talk the
There ro BroVcn Bow watchoi talking
wrong time which could bo mndo to talk
rlRbt time If I could get bold of thorn.
I fix watches , and make them talk right
s right time
GradBato of Chicaeo Optbalmlo College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
. G. Haeberle's :
It iBii't tlie material
tti'.t igoett Into vaur
repaired wutcti tliat
lit a perfect
It Is tlie tannin
that does the business , any bungler
can buy the line kinds of. material
that I ute In repairing ; but skill
ie tlio most valuable material that
can bo used in watch repairing :
and the bunglercan't buy it. 1
eell my eklll ( or what it is worth
nud it will coat you leas than
bungling at lower prloea.
F. W. HATES ,
Jeweler and Optician ,
West aide of square.
CO H is ffl
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve dinner on Thanks
giving Day , consisting of roast tui
key , chicken pie , cranberry sauce
baked beans , cabbage , aalad , pota
toes , celery , pickles , jelly , pumpkin
and mince pies , brown and whi'e
bread , tea and coffee , cream ant
butter. Price , 26o for adults ant
15o for children under 10 years o
age. Aprons , handkerchiefs ant
other fancy articles will be on sale
Place will be announced later.
WAGONS , SURREYS
G. W. APPLE.
CATTI.II FOn HAL.KC.
I have for sale 31 head of cattle
as follows : 7 steers , 2 years old , I
oows , 3 years old , coming in free
fioon S heifers , 2 years old ; 7 steers
1 year old ; 4 heifers , 2 years old ; (
calves and one Shorthorn Durham
bull , 1 year old. Cattle are 20 mile
northeast from Broken How.
FBLTX WBIHMAN ,
Round Valley , Neb. oll-8t
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Kltidlv rend Pouter & Htultli'a
Ad. tti tlilH IHMUC.
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug store.
FoHtwr & . Huiltlt will wave you
tiniicy if you bay your HARD
COAL , of tlie in
If you fail to eee me , write.
It A. T. SBYBOLT.
Ice cream soda 5 cents a glass at
Wilkins * drug store.
Cannon City coal at Dicrku
Write Huydon Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for prxaet
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
PepHin Gum , two packages for a
at WILKINB' PUABMAOT.
If jou want fresh tnoHt , call on
i"red Mauhck , west side of publio
Snyder Bros , still lead in daily
sale * because their prices and goods
ttatisties tluir uustormere.
Store room tor rent on north
side of publio square.
agOtf A. T. SKYBOLT.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royso , Abstractor.
Best stock farm in Custer oounty
or sale , at $8 00 per acre.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
Snyder Bros , defy competion
n prices and quality on ladies
shoes. Call and aee them.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ab
stract of title. E.RoyseAbstractor.
FOB SAJ.K Eight room house
and one aero of laud , also Burdett
Organ cheap. Inquire of
7 19 tt L. E. KOON.
We offer 100 acres , with 80 acres
m cultivation , seven miles from
Broken Bow , at $5.00 cash Ono
ire-proof sate , with steel chest , for
$100. W ILLIS CADWELL.
FURNITURE.ROUKERS , BED
ROOM SUITS , PARLOR SUITS ,
LOUNGES , SPRINGS. GO TO
GEO. WILLING FOR LOW
PRICES. o8 3w
FOB SALK A ono story cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price (000.
Call on L. J. Qandy or at this
office. 7 lOtf
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to got a farm cheap ,
as ihe cheap farms are all going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BBBNIZEB.
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.
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Peale
& John , and get groceries , qneens-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry goods , boots , shoes , hard warn
and drugs. PUA.LB & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is tbo place.
QF.O. WTTTm HAS RE
A CAR OF WAGONS ,
SPRING WAGONS AND BUG
GIES THE LEADING MAKES.
SEE THE CLIMAX SPRING
WAGON AND MOLINE BUGGY.
Fred Maulick is now better pre
pared than ever to servo the publio
with frech moat. 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.
DO YOU NEED A HEATING
OR COOK STOVE ? IT WILL
PAY YOU TO SEE GEO. WILL
ING. TBE ESTATE OAK WILL
HOLD FIRE FOR 00 HOURS.
IT IS LIKE A * URN ACE PEN-
1N.ULAR STEEL RANGES AND
COOKS ARE BEST MADE.
Following is the dead letter list
for week ending Out. 15,100i ( :
Mlsi Gwlnnlo Thomas. Mitt Zimmerman.
Cbai. Lorry. Klmtr wall
Pariies calling for the above
pleabe say advertised.
L H. JKWJCTT , P. M.
Hon. Geo. D. Meiklejohn ,
Assistant Secretary of War , will address the citizens of Broken
Bow and Ouster county on tbo political issues ot the day , Saturday , Oct.
27th , at 2 o'clock in tbo afternoon , and at 7:30 : in the evening. Secre
tary Meiklejohn was acting seoietary of war ni"Rt of the tirno during the
Philippine insurrection , and has been in oloso touch with the adminis
tration the past four years , and what he has to say will not bo second
hand. Every citizen in Custor oounty , regardless of party affiliation , is
nvited to.como and hoar him.
Job printing at this office.
C. D. Polham , of Ansolrao , was a
friendly caller Monday.
The preliminary trial of Pat. HCBB
was continued Monday to Novein
Rev. Geo. R. Boomer will preach
in the Chrihtein church Sunday
WANTED. Tbroo or four more
boarders. Enquire of Mre. B. W. bd-
wards , in Realty Block.
After four weeks' stay , and mak
ing many friends for Viavi , Mrs.
Yauney leaves for Merna on the
J. C. Porter , of Ansloy , was a
friendly caller Monday. Ho reports
that the prospects for hii elootion
in his locality are flattering.
Mrs. J. C. Wallace and two dau
ghters , DtHa and Lora , loft Saturdav
for Cans oounty , Missouri , whore
they will spend the winter.
Wo notice from the News , of
Frederick , Maryland , that Rev. B.
U. Hunt and wife , of Georgetown ,
are still visiting in the oast.
Buggies Surreys ,
G. W. Apple.
A. R. Humphrey ia up in the
northwest part of the state , on a
campaign mission. He will not be
back before the first of next week.
Bishop Graves , of the Episcopal
church , will be in Broken Bow one
week from the coming bunJay
( the 28th. Inat. ) ; preaching both
morning and evening.
W. W. Cowles und wife returned
last night from their vKt , in Him
oia where they have spent the sum
mer. Their many friends are glad
to welcome their return.
Just received a car
load of Buggies , Sur
reys , Spring Wagons ,
G. W. AnDle.
Joseph Pigman , of Cumro , was a
oily visitor Monday. Mr. Pigman
informs us that his father-in-law ,
T. Q. George , of Kearney , also
father of W. A. George , of George
town , died last week. The RBPDB.
LICAN extends sincere sympathy to
the relatives in their great bereave
ment.New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
The colored quartet , of Wester-
yille , which the democratic papers
of the city advertised as the main
feature of their tent bhow , failed to
go , to the great disappointment of a
number who attended the tent meet
ings to hoar the colored quartet , of
Westorville , sing.
YOIT CAN SAVE
FROM FIVE TO TEN
DOLLARS BY BUYING
A BUGGY OR SURREY
OF G , W. APPLE.
Mrs. G. W. Apple , of this city ,
ib or joying a visit from her parents ,
Mr. aud Mrs. E F. Crawford , of
Jefferson oounty , Indiana. They
are accompanied by their daughter-
and son-in-law. 0. T. Crawford ,
of Ainsworth , oamo down Tuesday
to see his brother , They had not
mot for nearly thirty ycara.
W. F , Wright , of Lincoln , bettor
known as "Rain-maker , " came up
last week to campaign in the oounty ,
but aa the committee was not in
clined to pay his expenses , he did
not go out , This week matters
sosra to have been adjusted , so Mr.
Wright joined the fusion forces in
the Ouster oounty campaign.
The Western Union Telegraph
Company is putting in another wire
on the B. & M. railroad iino that
extends west from here. The wire
bangers reached Broken Bow the
first of the week. This gives the
company three wires on this line of
road. Five and six years ago , in
stead of the railroads and telegraph
companies making improvements ,
they were going into the hands of
Report reaches us that the demo ,
pop tent circus at Round Valley ,
Tuesday was a failure in quality as
well as in numbers. Whitney's
goat nor Rain-maker Wright did
not draw a great crowd. The quality -
ity of argument would not hold the
orowd. There were but thirty one
including the speakers under the
tent. There were twelve men near
and thirty boys off a few rods shoot-
in at a mark. Eirk. Beal and Hakes
had quit the show and Wright the
ram-maker had take their placn.
The Equality Club will meet at
the homo of Mrs. C. H. Jeffords ,
next Friday evening , Ootober 10th.
MBB. E. TAYLOU , Seo'y.
The delegates to the M. B. A.
convention , at Kansas City returned
last Saturday night. Those in at
tendance as delegates from Cnstor
county were Mrs. Ada C. Delano , of
Lee Park ; Mm. Fred C. Wilson , of
Andoimo ; J. D. Ream , of Broken
Bow ; W. 8. Wells , of Merna ; J. F.
Bryson , of Cumro ; G. W. Rpnyan ,
of Mason City ; Samuel Berry , of
Pilot ; Jas. Chittiok , of Etna. The
supreme officers elected for the en
suing two yearH were T. B. llanley ,
prfesidnnt ; J. W. Roe , vice presi
dent ; A. C. Elliott , secretary ; V.
A. Greer , treasurer ; Edward L
Baker , physician ; F. II. Scott , con
ductor Of the six directors elected
od , Nobrawka was accorded one , and
Mrs. Ada C. Delano , delegate flora
Ausley , was the person chosen ,
There were forty-one delegates in
attendance from Nebraska. The
head physician's feu was reduced to
26 cents , The supreme officers will
be located at Cedar Rapids , Iowa ,
iu the futuro.
Made from most highly refined and
Assures light , sweet , pure and il
Housekeepers must exercise care in buying bakr
injr new-tiers , to avoid alum. Alum powders are ? ,1
soul cheap to catch the unwary , but alum is a poiJ
son , and its me in food seriously injures health. J
BAKING POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM 6T. , NCW YORK.
Speaking will bo had at tlie fol
lowing places next week by nblo
advocates of republican principles ,
and every ono who can should avail
themselves of the opportunity to
attend. The speakers and dates are
as follows :
Uo9. 1C , II. HINHHAW.
Mason City , Saturday , Oct. 30 , at
7:20 : p. tn.
HON. M. D. PKAIINK , OF CHICAGO.
Ansley , Tuesday , Got. 23 , 7:30. :
AnHelrno , WednesdayOct.24,7:30 : ,
111(8. MAKY KLLKN L1CAHIC.
Oallaway , Friday , Oct. 20 , 7:30. :
Arnold , Saturday , Out. 27,2 p.m.
BOM. QKO. D. JIKIKUCJOHN.
Broken Bow , Saturday , Oct. 27 ,
at 2 and 7:30 p. m.
Stcrcoptlcou Lecture * .
Goo. R. Boomer , a former member -
bor of the lighting Firt > t Nebraska ,
will visit several places in the
county , and give stereopticon lec
tures on the Philippines , lie has
150 views taken while in the Phil-
lypincs , and from them presents a
yery interesting lecture. Those
who hoar him will enjoy a treat.
His dates are as follows :
Borwyn , Monday , Oct. 22 , 7:30 :
o'clock p. m.
Woissert , Tuesday , Oct. 23 , 7:30. :
Wescott , Wednesday , Oct. 23 , at
Round Valley , Thursday , Got ,
28 , 7:30.
Gates , Friday , Oct. 20 , 7:30. :
Cliff , Saturday , Got , 27 , 7:30. :
Ouster County's IluHlnesH College.
Prof. M. II. Carletou , of Omaha ,
will open a business college in Bro
ken Bow , Monday , October 20th , in
the froHt rooms of the Woodman
hall , in the opera block. Ho will
give a regular business course. Hit *
rates for tuition are , for one month ,
to 00 ; for tbrf o months , f 12.50 ; for
six months , $20. lie will also luvs
a preparatory course , with rates ol
tuition from fcS.OO for one inontl
to 120 for six months. The rates
in the normal oourso are the sumo
as the latter. For shorthand am
typo-writing the lates will bo frou
$7.60 to $25. Prof. Carleton has
been a school man all his life , am
has held some very high position *
in his work. HP will commence
the school on a small scale , will
hopes of working up a school tha
will not only be a credit to him bu
to the city and oounty. The RK-
PUBLICAN wishes the enterprise HUC
The Baptist State Convention ad.
jouruod liiHt Friday night , according
to program. 1'ho noKHions con
tinued their higli degree of interest
to the lust , and proved highly
profitable to all. The closing was
the eturcopticon lucturo by Rev. D.
X Proper. It drew a largo house ,
and WUH highly appreciated. The
i. Y. P. U. session Friday aftor-
loon , aud the Women's Homo and
foreign Mission meetings Thurs-
! ay afternoon wore interesting foa-
urua ot the convention. The edu
cational program 1 hurmlay night
elicited several able speeches in
aver of denominational colleges
vcr state institutions. The uura-
> or of delegates present were 1611 ,
icuidcs a number of visitors. Tli'u
text convention will be hold at
Jlair , Nebraska.
nineteenth Sunday after Trinity ,
Ootober 21st , 1900. Morning ser
vice 1045 a. in. Sunday nohool at
12 in. Evening prayer , 7:30 : p. m.
Sermon in the morning on the
Christian Warfare , " and at night
on those who are within the king
dom of God. A cordial invitation
u extended to all.
There will bo no preaching ser
vices in the morning. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. B Y. P. U. at
( ii0 : ! p. m. Special 8orviueH.it 7:30. :
Lecture oubjuut , "Gladstone. " In
addition to the choir service , ar
rangements have been madu for two
solos , ono by Mrs. R. II. Hubbard ,
and the other by Miss Eva Cad well.
A duet will bu rendered by Misses
Lottie and Florence Richards. A
cordial invitation in extended to all
to attend tin-so uorvious.
u. H. cnimcii.
The United Brethren Sunday
School will meet at 10 o'clock , the
UHial hour , ami wishes all its mem
bers present , as an enrollment of
olaBHt'H will be madu. The pastor ,
II. li. Myers , will preach both
morning and evening. The 23d or
Shepherd psalm will bo the subject
in the morning. This passage is
tin * most familiar , and doubtless the
ineRt beautiful o < all the Bible , and
IH a grand theme for study. The
parahlu of the talents will bo used
in the evening. C. U. nt 0:80. : A
coidial welcome to all.
Suuling wax good for canning
purposed at Wilkius' drug itoro.
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