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XVIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER I 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 20
9 Get Married
f In My Rings.
\ Mv weddings rings arc luckv rings , and
the bride who has one ol i y ring * ou her
flngr , I. wcddod to a reliable man , bo-
cnnso bo came to a reliable ptoro. boacht a
reliable ring nt a reliable price straws
which Indicate that bo will mike a reliable
Wedding and encasement rings
to order. It > ou deMro
Hi I >
OraJuste of Chlcaeo Opthalmlo College.
School Books ,
Ai - School Supplies ,
i /f\ J , G. Haeberle's.
It Isn't tlic material
lint eoen Into v < otir
repxtrcci til at
iu a perti ct
> . > ! , it Is
hut doostnobueineis , any bungler
an buy the fine kinds of material
bat ' u o In repairing ; but ekill
B ch mopt valuable material that
ian b need In watch repairing ;
and tbe bun lercan't buy It. 1
oell my skill ( or wlmt It IB worth
and It will coat you less than
bungling at lower prices.
P. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician
West side of square.
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a a ,
Dr. E. M. Hogan ,
Office over. VV. B.Swan's Grocery itore.
Broken Bow , - Neb ,
Lund Counter ,
E Malioy , Prop'r.
All kinds if Boft drinks. Be *
brand of cigars. 1st building east
of Farmen bank. x
Wheat _ M 40
llarloy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . 83'
Oats. . - 27-
KgKS , 8
Potatoes. . . . . . . . . . 40
Chickens , a ( X d-ien
Hog * * 40
Bteers _ 1.00
Turkey * , Co
Straw IOC. . * .
A1 vff ' 'A' . V4tN.lA * V'iNnit v:4t : . * l | rei' ' . ' % Hll' i. lrnt' ' . * t i
Something NGT _
4 ; * ( \Vc bare arrant cd with a manufacturer and wliolei > nlo doitler to linro on
Ml'ICCIAI. HALE VOK TO lAYM ONI..V , NOV. IO TO ZO ,
A fall and complotn line of &f
T Ladles' Jackets , Capos , Furs , Fur Collarottos and Ladle * ' Rlr :
M Tailor Made Suits. 3--
< * } ' .
ThUrlll bo the largest assortment over shown In llroken No * or Contra ! No-
i ; j brain * , nr ! ot Hell itocli prkca. Homoinljcr this spucl.i ! snlo J for n I > ii >
i@ Only. Don't nllow nny ono to i > or uiule you to buy before attoadlng our bpcclal
4g Sale. DON'T FOHQKT TUK DAT15.
Dr , T. W. Bass , dnntist , Broken
Scaling wax oed for canning
at Wilkins'drug store.
Kiudlv read Foster Hz Hmlllt'H
Ad. in tlilH iHHiie.
Lubricating oils of all kitidn at
If > > ! buy your HAIKU
COAL , of llieiii
lee uream soda 5 oontu a glnnH at
Wilkins' drug store.
Cai.non ( Jit > run ! at
r . o.
VVrito IJttyden tiroH. , Oiualia
Wholesale Supply House for pn-jet
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
PepHiu Gum , two pacUayes lor a ,
nickel at WILKINS' PHABMAOY.
If jiu want frusb meat , oall on
Fred Maulick , wtst ide ol pub.io .
compiled promptly aud
auonralwly by the Broken Bow Ab
stract ( Jo E lioyHu , At/stracter
Bout stock t aim * in Ouster county
/or sale , at $8.00 per auro.
' f * JKSS.K GANDY.
.Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch iti town
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. wben in need of uu ab
stract of title. E. Hey so , Abstractor.
When in need of a tirst-oif.bri
auctioneer , call on or address
R. D. SULLIVAN ,
Broken Bow , Nubr. il
HJHNITUKK.KOLKKKS , HED
UOOM ftUITS , PARLOR SUITS ,
LOUNGES , SPRINGS. GO TO
GEO. WILLING FOR LOW
PRICES. o8 3w
A ono story cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yitrd ,
and Burrouudiugo. Price 8000.
Call on L. J. Gaudy or at tbis
office. 7 19tf
Farms for sale and lands for rout.
Now ii the time to get a farm cbeap.
as vho cheap farms arc all going ,
and prioci are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BltKNIZlUi.
FOB SALE At Geo.Adams'ranch ,
18 miles soutb of Broken BowNeb. ,
300 small healthy pigs , woighh.g 50
to 80 pcundn
FRANK II. SMITH , M'g'r.
Broken Bow , Nebr.
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all oiber country produce to Pualo
& John , and get groceries , queens-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry coeds , boots , shoes , hardirn ;
and drugs. PKALB & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the placo.
VVAOOJSH ! IIUOOIICS I
GEO. WILLING HAS RE
CEIVED A CAR OF WAGONS ,
bPRING WAGONS AND BUG
GIES HIE LEADING MAKES
SEE THE ( LLMAX SPRING
WAGON AND A1OL1NE BUjGY. (
Fred Ma * lick is now better pre
pared thitu ever to servo the public
with fretth meat. He has put in anew
now refrigorntor of the latest im
provcmoi'tH , and bin meat is kept in
( iist class order. Call aud BOI > him ,
ou wt'8' side of squire.
DO YOU NEED A HEATING
OK COOK S'lOVE ? IT WILL
PAY YOU TO MfiE GEO WILL
ING I HE ESTATE OAK WILL
HOLD FIliE FOK , 00 HOURS
IT I LIKE A I-URNACE PEN
IN ULAK SI EEL RANGES AND
COOKS ARE BEST MADE.
F K SALE At Ui > 'on Nb .
1UU , i r c 'I i.- " d I UMII laixl , 80
acres in cultivation , and thu rest
fciiofd iu pasture , with three wiies.
Good four room sod house ; corn
crib and granary , oaoh 12x10 feet ,
connected ; . table and chicken
lionho , P'O For partii-nlnrfl call nn
J . ] Snjdr , Brokou Bow , or
S'iplH'ii ' Wiliox ,
on premises uglO
YEB OUR bPECIAL
JACKET , CAPE , FUR
AMD SUIT SALE WILL
BE A HUMMER , AND
T&E PRICES WILL BE
AT BOTTOM THOMP
SON , RUSLEE ,
Job pruituig atthis oflice.
The Political Equality club will
meet Friday evening with Mrs. E.
WANTED Three or ( our more
uoniders. liuqulre of ftlre. B. W. kd-
wntB , iu Kbaliy Bluck.
Ladies interested in the Viavi
home troatmeut should consult Mre.
Ed. Royee at her home. 11 1 tf
Yauney will be here again
ibout the 8th and remain three
weeks and give four more of those
popular lectures , begining Nov. 14.
Prof. J. M. Scott rotnrnod lost
week from Illinois where ho spent
a portion of his time in the cam
paign for republicanism and contin
ued prosperity. He reports Illinois
FARM FOB SALK On Ash Creek ,
Sec.15 , 21 , 25 ; well improved , wind
mill , tank , house , barn , chicken coop
and buggy shed. Price $000 , part
on tune. School house on land.
Mrs. Potter has opened droHsmak-
ing parlors in Caster Block , up
stairs , where she is prepared to do
all kinds of dregs making. She so
licits the trade of her old customers
and any new ones who arc disposed
to patronize her.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
Car of Fancy Hew York
At J. G , BOWELS ,
Winter Apples-buy some.
Secretary Goo. D. Moiklojohn's
speech Saturday night wns able and
logical , without pretense of oratory
or display. It was oosorvativo and
free from nbimo and held the olnco
attention of his magnificent andi-
anoo for two hours. A great many
from the country were disappointed
that ho could not roach hoar for the
afternoon mooting. Ho wns nt
Soooia the night previous and could
not possibly get hero for the after *
The ladies of the Prrsbyterian
church will serve dinner Than' ' < ( i | > tV-
ing day N-.vmbcr , 20. Piici' 2f > o for
ixliiltH and lOu for niuldrtui under
ton years of ago. Both plain and
fancy aprons , handkerchiefs , pin
ouhions and fancy article ? will be
ou sale. Place will be announced
Attention Company M.
There will bo target practice on
Saturday Nov. 3. Company will
meet at the armory fully uniform
ed at 12.30 sharp. Every man is
expected to be present.
V. Claris Talbof Captain.
SitlcH cried in Canter and adjoin
ing counties. Terms rotuinnblo
Broken Bow Nebr.
Free Prizes for Bright People.
If 300 Cats can Kill 300 Kats In 300 Days , How
Many Cats \\111 It Take to Kill 100
Kats In too Days ?
Oun yon eolvo the problem ? If so yon wilt win
a prize. Do not MUIC ! nny uioiu-y wltli your uu-
ewer , but punit nun u un.l cot rod mldruee , nml by
return mill a bcnutllul prlzu ulll li sent ynu
fioj. ABOUT object in Klvlug awny Ihusu prcinl-
unn la to nttruct iiltontlon lo , niul lucre so tlio
clrctiliitlon of cur popular Miiun/.lim , wo rriiumt
you wlicu you rucelvu your \n\to \ \ , to ehow It to MB
many o your fnunda nn iio K'tl Wo want
largu lists of 'cndurM In eve y nuiKhborlu > oil , luul
nro ruing to oltor ninny luiiufoainu prlzt < H to pocuru
tlit'in. Among tlio prl/.cs wo uro ollcilii ( ; IB
Slf > 0 00 In ciiHh , and many articles of allvorwuru.
Full imrilculnrs of tbu awarding of thcfu prlzua
will uo BOIII joa with jour prl/o for aiiB\\erlnK
fie above problem. Aildreaf , uitli siiuini for
ruplv , OUlOAUo HOUbKilOM ) UUKST.
A Good Thing-
containing the same borbs , of all
healing found in Karl's Clover root
tea. They gave our ancestor
strength , kept the blood pine , end
will do the same for you If you say
so. Price 25 ots. and 50 ots. Sold
by J. G. Haoberlo.
Free Complexion ileatiltifler
Wo want every lady reader of the
KKPUBLIOAN to try D wight's Com
plexion Hoautilier , the most exqui
site toilet preparation. It is pure
and harmlessmakes the face smooth
as velvet and fair as alabaster. To
induce a fair trial of it wo will for
a short time only fiend FIUCIC a full
size , Fifty cent box to every lady
who will pond na her post oflioo ad
dress silver dime to pay for packing
and postage. Only one FHICIC box to
each address but ladies may order
for their friends. Each box mailed
separately. Send this notice and
your order at ONOK to D W. CUBTKU
&Co. , Huntington W. Va.
Every woman In the country
ought to know about
Those who do know about It
wonder how they ever got along
without It. It has robbed childbirth -
birth of its terrors for mnny a
ypunjy wife. It has preserved her
girlish figure and saved her much
suffering. It is an external lini
ment and carries with it therefore ,
absolutely no danger of upsetting
the system ns drugs token intern-
' ' are apt to do. It is to be
bed into the abdomen to soften
t'uu strengthen the muscles which
are to bear the strain. Thla means
mucli ICBS pain. It also prevents
morning sickness and till of the
other discomforts of pregnancy.
known an instance where It baa
failed to produce the good results
claimed for it. "
A prominent lady of Lam-
berton , Ark. , writes : "With my
first six children 1 was in labor
from 24 to 30 hours. After using
Mother's Fru-nd , my seventh was
born in 4 hours "
Out Mutlicr'H I'rlc-iiil nttlimlnic
hli.ro , M.dO | utr lu.l.ln.
THE UHADFIF ! I ) m ' . HUrOR CO.
Wrtl. for our fr o ' i > i k. I'll
l-i liOK ,
arc light , sweet and wholesome *
while others are sour , heavy ,
bitter , unpalatable. The same
flour , butter , eggs and sugar are
used ? what makes die difference ?
It's dl in the baking powder
PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER
can be depended upon always to make the food light ,
sweet , delicious and wholesome. * This is because it
is scientifically and accurately combined and con
tains the purest grape cream of tartar , the most
healthful of all fruit acids , used for a hundred years
in the finest leavening preparations.
Nora There arc many alleged cream of
tartar bnking powders upon the market
BAKING POWDER CO , sold at lower prices , which prove , upon
CHICAGO. analysis , to be alum powders in dis
guise. Alum is a corrosive poison ,
which must not be taken in the food.
EDITOII KKTUIIUCAN :
I regret my inability to have
taken a inoro active part in this
campaign. Every sense of honor
and patriotism calls aloud for po
litical activity. Since the sixties ,
no election has been no fraught with
public danger. Can it bo possible
that this people will rush to the
polls without weighing the all im
portant issue ? Men have said , oh ,
its simply a question of MoKiuloy
or Bryan. What roll
Talk about the tariff and the
trusts ? Not on the Oth of Novom.
bor. The raonoy qitOHtion ? Not
so , sir ! Wo have a paramount
issue. Mr. Bryan has chosen and
christened it Urged on by parti
sanship , and blinded by ambition ,
he has confronted the flag with the
ghost of disintegration. In its
birth this nation wan harassed with
orieH of centralization , oligarchy
and imperialism. And again those
cries wore repeated from southern
hilln , when Abraham Lincoln led
the van in that great fight for hu
man librty , wioh culminated in ce
menting this nation without the
uonsout of all the governed * To
day a thousand voices are crying
thomsolvoH hoarse , vvilh loss reason
in eulogy of the same delusion.
Imperialism ! Hofloct ! So much
accused , yet so little in fact that wo
have barely preserved our national
integrity , and are not yet suffioiontly
centralized to levy an income tax
to control interstate commerce of
the trusts or to own and operate
railroads and the ways of commu
nication. But from whence came
this cry oftness ? From whenoo
came rebellion ? There seems a kin
ship. Is there a man in this coun
try who has encouraged the Philli-
pinoH in rebellion who has not cried
iniperialiem ! The cry Imperialism
in balderdash , Bui upon it hinges
this election. It is the thermome
ter by whioh American vitality will
A reversal of our financial policy
may cause distress and oven panic ,
still from it wo would recover. It
would bo disagreeable , but would
leave the national heart unmenaced.
But to say that wo should stop the
war in the Philippines without hav
ing conquered or having been con
quered ; that our fiag should bo
hauled down to compromise with
rebels , were an everlasting stain.
None but a servile nation could be
guilty of inch conduct. To elect a
man president for whom rebeli
cherish a feeling of friendship were
deplorable. Heaven forbid !
If some future historian , writing
our history , traces signs of approaching
preaching imperialism in this gen
eration , ho will locate them in dw-
franohisouiont , Crookorism , Goobel-
ism and in Bryanism , all children of
PauHe , voter , pause ! Register
thy vote with trembling hand , and
in the fear of God , for a nation's
honor weighs in the balance.
T. 0. H. BAYBKHOFJ-EB.
LOW RATK3-WKST AND NORTHWEST.
Every Tuesday during October and
November the Burlington Route will soil
tickets at the following remarkably low
Ogden , Snlt Lake City , Butte , Helena
and Anaconda , one way , 823. Bound
trip , 840. Return limit , 30 days.
Spoltnno , Tacomn , Seattle , Portland ,
Victoria rind Vancouver , one way 928.
Hound trip , $46. Return limit , 30 days.
Tickute and information at all Burling
ton tlok t offices. _
Btatenmnn Instead ( Boldlen
There la a remarkable document OB
fllo at the war department , the exist
ence of which was unknown until a
short time ago , when It was accident
ally discovered. It Is a letter written
by Charles Plnckney Sumner to Philip
Barbour of Virginia , secretary of war
under John Qiilncy Adams , asking for
the appointment of his eldest aon ,
Charles Suranor , to the military acad
emy at West Point. The application
was Ignored. Charles Sumner went to
Harvard university Instead and died
a lenator of the United States.
No.tho trllllonalre would not litigate.
Boonor would ho endure RB invasion of
bis rights. "Were I to litigate , " ho
protested , "I should almoat certainly
bo the cause of numbers of Innocent
lawyers dying rich ! " This charming
anecdote shows conclusively that the
possession of great wealth doei not
necessarily Bear the finer sensibilities
nor denden the springs of noble im
pulse. Detroit Journal.
OarlouH KfTnct of Lyddite.
The vapor given oft by lyddite who *
it explodes has an extraordinary effect
on tlio hair and face. When the Brit
ish troops took possession of Cronje's
laager.the Boorchlldron.of whom there
were about twenty-two , presented a
curious appearance. Through the ef
fects of lyddite their hair and faces ha
become quite yellow.
r.oolo Llko nn
Sayn the London Graphic : "Th
king of Portugal , whom wo have to
thank for the friendly relations w
till maintain with the llftle kingdom ,
is English in his taatea. His grand
father was a flrs * . cousin of the prince
consort , and he himself la by no means
a Portuguese In appearance , being a
tout blonde man with crop of in *
tarly hair. "
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