Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, November 15, 1900, Image 1

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Ami watch the calendar.
Clirlstm i la coming
Lets tlmn 40 dsy Intervene melan
choly < lnyn , enildcpt of the yunr , > vhu > <
man must gi down Into the Innermost
recesses of hi * pocket mnBt open bin
imtftp Mid hie liuurt.
My hoi day stock Is dully arrlvlri ; , and
coon my store will Lo Inll oi things prac
tical > nd things ornamental ; things for
domestic use and tilings for personal
adornment , thai host answer the qurntion
now uppermost In your thougli . "What
Btinll 1 KlvoJ"
Watch iny ads and my ( tock.
Graduate ot Chicago Outhalmlc College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
J , G.Haeberle's. .
it Isn't tlie material
ii t ( < > un Into votir
rep l reel watcli
remi t In a peril ct
Vnat doentuubupineBs , any bungler
CUD buy thu line kinds of material
that I mo In repairing } but ekill
la the most vftluable material tbut
: an be need In watch repairing :
ntid tbe bunirlercnn't buy It. I
ell my skill ( or what U la worth
nud It will cost , you less than
bungling at lower prices.
Jewnler and Optician
Wi'St pido of square
m It
§ 0
Luncl Counter ,
Ef WinlJoy , Prop'r.
All kinds tf soft drinks. Best
brand of cigars. 1st building east
of Farmert bank ,
All lnds of work In our line done
promptly and In tlrat-olass ordor. Red
Shop on the corner , wcet of tbe JIOBO
house. Give ns a trial.
Wheat . W
Hurley - - . . . s.'c
Oats - , . !
Corn 23
Ityc . . 8 <
lluttor IS ! .
KgRB . ' 8
Potatoes. . . . . . . 40-
Onions H
Chlckene , , 3 C ( dsztn
llog H.15
ro * k ' . ' . ? &
Steers ' . " 0
Tnrkev Cc
Btruw ' . lOc KJ
Business Pointers.
Coamopolnau patterns ten cents.
No irioro1' SNVDKII Buoa.
Dr. T. W Bann , dentist , Brolo-i-
Hotel at Berwyn for sale.
Scaling wax need for canning
at Wilkuit" ' druif storo.
ICIuUIv react 1'ontcr & HiultU'M
Ail. In tlilH
Liibrieatiug oils of all kinds at
Wilkina' drug Htoro.
I-"t hl < : r Sk Niultlivli \ NII U 3011
money If > ou bu > > our Iltim
COAI * oi tlleni
Ice uream soda 5 cents a glass al
Wilkins' drug store.
Caniion City coal at Dierkp
Lutabor Co.
Bo sure to attend the cooking
txhtbit al W. J. ' Wood's furniture
Write 11 iydon Bros. , Omaha.
WholpsaU- Supply House for pnx'fr
and sumplec. 2 8 lyr
, Popuiu Gum , two pacKayes tor u
If jc.u want fresh moat , call on
Fred Maulick , west side of public
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab-
slract Co E. Royso , Abstraoter.
Bent stock tmrn in Cuatur countj
for Hali > , at § 8 00 pi-r are
Go to Mike Scanlon's Kestaur-
ant for Ihe best limch in town
and confectionery.
Call ou or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ab >
struct of title. E K yscAbBlraclor
Ladies interested in the Viavt
home treatmu'ut should contmlt Mrs.
EM Royte at her home. 11 1 if
When in need of a tirut-ulasu
auctioneer , call on or address
( Jroken Bow , Nebr. if
A one story collage
with six largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
and Eiirrontidui H. Price $000
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
office. 7 19tf
Farms for sale and lands for ronl.
Now le ihe lime to get a farm cheap.
in ihe cheap farms are all uoin ,
.UK ! priuoH are advancing rapidly
Ono hundred sixty aeren , well im
proved farm for s < lo six or eight
mi I OH south of Broken Bow Pri > e
$1000 , half cash , balance five > earr * .
Dr. Witnern , Omaha's painless
"enlist , will be at the Globe hotel
Nov. 23d and 24th. All v/ork at
Omaha prices , ana warranted. Set
of teolb , $5.00 20 years expert
cnce. 118 21
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce lo Peale
& John , aud gel groceries , queens-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry uoods , boots , shoes , hardware
and drugs. PKALE & JOHN ,
The Really Grocers , is iho placo.
Fred Mat lick is now boiler pre
pared thuu over lo serve Iho public
with freoh meal. Ho has put in anew
now refrigerator of the latent im
provements , aud his meat is kept in
first class order. Call and Bee him ,
on Wf s' Bidu of squire.
FAuu Fott SALE At UptonNob. .
160 acres of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation , and iho resl
fenced iu paslure , with ibroo wiies.
Good four room sod house ; corn
ortb and granary , each 12x10 feet ,
connected ; stable and chfcknu
house , etc. For particulars call on
J. J. Snyder , Brokou Bow , or
Slephen Wile ox , on premises an 10
Local Mention.
Job prinlinc at this office.
L. B , Russell of Anaolmo , waa a
friendly caller Monday.
S.uuuel VjnBinkirk of Blorirt ,
was a ciiy vimlor Monday.
John Welsh , of Woslorvillo was a
friendly caller al this oflico Tuesday.
J. H. H. Cross has boon goinp ou
crutches for some lime , thu result
of ft fall.
Go and see the Great Majestic
work and sample its work firsl week
in December.
August Morrow Jr. ol Arnold ,
was a wilnes : ) iuJiiHlico G'Schwiud's
courl in this city Mouday.
Harry Day and Co. have moved
their Btoro to the Wilde building
on iho norlh aide of iho square.
They hnvo added a line of groceries
( o Iheir slock.
R. E..Brega of Callaway , was in
iho city Monday , as jolly as if he
had not been defected by an over ,
whelming vote , on his county di-
vu ion Hcliemo.
A. G. Hoffman , of Arnold * as in
the city Monday uvening , witness
in the ca-o of thu Fairbury Mutual
Icsurunco Co. against Win. Rob
inson of Arnold.
Snyder Bros , ana Will Penn and
Co , have consolidated their stores ,
moved to the corner room in the
Realty block , recently vacated by
Harry Day and Co
B-irm'fi gallorys at Broken Bow
ind AtibloT , are both open all thu
t.imo , cabinets at $200 and $2:50 ,
and line crayon piulures cheap.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Rev. Myerc , pastor of the U B.
jhuroh reports an additional mem
ber to his choir. It is a youuir lady
of recent arrival and she is already
dtveloping quite a talenl for music.
Jcno Powell ot Weifiort , was a
oil ) visitor , Monday. Ho inform ) d
us that his brother , E J. Powell ,
who has been in Colorado for the
last year , is on He way back to
Ouster county.
Custer county ! Thu k of CusUr
county giving Currie 300 rnajort } !
Custer county , iho mother of pops ,
Iho hot-bed of popdom iho progoni
lor ( f pop office seekers ! Il is not
hard lo read Iho signs of the 'times
when Ouster county does thai. The
Ord Quiz.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
Spring Wagons
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
"Is Iho Bible the word of God ? "
Will bo the btibjecl , at the U. B.
church next Sunday , both morning
uid evening These Iwo sermons
are Iho result of a great deal of
study and investigation , and will
bo quite a revelation of wonderful
truth , lo ihoso who hoar them ,
All are invited.
The Ouster County Agricultural
Society met Tuesday and elected
the t olio wing officers for the ensuing
year : J. O. Taylor President ,
Thou. Finlon , vice president. E. R.
Purcell seerolary , F. W. Hayes as
BHtaut secrelary , W. D. Blackwoll
Ircasurer. The directors elected
are C. II. Miller , E. C. Gibbons ,
aud P. F. Campbell.
Justice G'Schwind's
court was
engaged Monday night and Tues
day , irying a case of Fairbury
Mutual Insurance Co- against Wm.
liobinson , of Arnold , on an insur
ance note for $42:72. : The defense
claimed as sot off , § 141:75 : , damage
suslainod by had. L , E. Kirkpat-
rick aupoajed as altorney for com
pany and R ; E. Bregoand and C. L
Gullerfon , for Iho defendant. The
jury awarded to Robinson $72:78. :
Cay of Fancy Hew York
Ht J. 0 , BOWEN'S ' ,
Winter Apples-buy some.
W. M. Bonoli , post master of ar-
uold was a city visitor Tuesday.
Ho was. a witness in a law suit ,
Jerome Shamp of Lincoln , at *
tended the Mid-road ratiiiotion Fri
day night in this oily , and addrcsod
the meoliug.
Eugene Westorvolt , editor of the
Scons Bluff Republican came in
from the went , Saturday morning ,
reluming homo Monday.
The Ladies Guild are busy getting
ready for the Fair and Supper , to beheld
hold on Deo. 12 and lath. The
Doll Table will bo of especial in
Rev. S. VV. RiohardH will preach
in the Baptist uhutoh at Murna ;
Sunday afternoon , at 3 o'clock.
The people of the vicinity are cor
dially invited
The republicans elected 17 Rona-
lors and 64 representatives , which
gives them n mnjorily in each
branch , as well as on joint ballot.
This ahsuros two republican United
States Senators.
J , M. V.iuBuskirk of Alia Iowa ,
who has bcon visiting in the county
for the past week , with his brother ,
Sim , oi Merna , was a friendly caller
Monday , lie returned to his Iowa
homo Monday night.
B. VV. Blair who moved to Kau
nas about ton months ago , arrived
in Broken Bow this morning with
the view of moving back , provided
ho can get into business that will
support his family.
The Ladies of the ProBbytorion
church will eorvo dinner on Thanks
giving day , from 1 to 3 , in the
building fcnnaly occupied by Win
Venn and Co. Fancy articles will
bo on sale. Coma and buy your
Christmas presents.
Samuel Uoshaw , who advertised
his farm for sale two weeks ago , in
the Riri'UJJLiOAN , came in Saturday
and ordered the advertisement dis
continued , as he had sold it to W.
P. llenniau. This is another evi
dence that it not only pays to advertise
vortiso but for quick returns the
RKPUJILIOAN is the paper to advor-
UHO in.
Entertainment by the 0. A. It.
The members of the C. C , Wash-
bum will hold a campfiru on
the evening of November 22. All
citizens are invited to attend.
The department ofiiooiB of the
Grand Army and the Relief Corps
are expected to bo present together
with visiting comrades of other
posts and those of the Spanish
A-merioau war.
A most interesting program of
speak'ng interspersed with vocal
and instrumental music will be
furnished. Come one , come all.
The place of meeting will bo an
nounced later.
1'ulilic Sale
On my ranch , four 4 miles south and
miles east of Broken Bow , ou
Tuesday , November , 20 , 1000.
40 head stock cattle , 10 milch cows ,
8 head oowa and heifers , will be
fresh in 00 days 1 thoroughbred bull ,
1 grade bull , 1 Jorsy cow , -1 head
grade Norman horses , 1 span bay
drivers , 2 brood mares , 2 yearling
oolts , 2 sucking colts , 1 Buckeye
geared feed grinder , 1 road
wagon , harnesses , 1 heavy saddle
farm implements , houshold goods ,
from a darning needle to it cook
stove , 1 largo book case.
Ono year's time ou approved se
curity , at ten per oont. All Bums
under 10 dollars cash. Begins at 10
oclock a. in. INSTANTKII.
Sales cried in Custor and adjoin ,
ing counties. Terms reaonablo.
Broken Bow Nebr.
I'nblic .Sale.
I will offer at public sale at my
place of residence , 14 miles north
of Broken Bow and one mile south
west of Lillian Postotlico , Novembei
23 , 1900 , commencing at 10 o'clock
a. in. , 40 head of cattle , 10 head of
horses , 31 head of stock hogs , farm
implements , household goods and
other articles. J. B , GWIHN ,
from a
Royal Baking
Powder bisciait
whets the
taste of such
a biscuit
sweet , creamy ,
deiicate and
crispy is a joy
to the most
fastidious *
OYAL Baking
Powder improves
the flavor and
adds to the healthfulness -
ness of all risen flour-
foods. It renders the
biscuit , bread and cake
more digestible and
nutritious. \
Royal Baking Pow
der makes hot breads
wholesome. Food
raised with Royal will
not distress persons of
delicate or enfeebled
digestion , though eaten
warm- and fresh.
Imitation baiting powders almost invariably con
tain alum. Alum makes the food unwholesome.
Republican Ratification
A. liig Crowd iimln Uommil Uooil Time
Enjoyed by All.
The republican ratification that
wo advertised for last Saturday
night , wan ponponod until Wousday
night , owing to the unfavorable
weather. Not only the people of
the uity participated , but a number
from surrounding communities
helped to swell the crowd , and joined -
ed in the oxcroisoB. At precisely
7 o'clock , by direction of P. M. Rub-
lee , steam whistles began to blow and
the bolhi to ring , to notify the cit
izens that the rodublican wore still
ihvo , The exploding of giant fire
crackers and guns , and the attention
of sky-rockets , on the streets , near
the Public Square , soon attracted
the crowd to the State Bank corner ,
where later the programe was car.
ried out. Both of the Bands ,
under tho'dirootiou of Dr Wilkins
were on hands to provide music for
the ocoassion. But that was not
all the music that rent the air , the old
men were boys again , and with the
boy and girla of the city , they joined
in with tin horns and whistles and
filled the air with music galore.
A torch light procession , in
charge of Hod George , was formed
m front of the Broken Bow State
Bank , which accomanied by both
bauds paraded the principal utreots.
On their return to the place of starting -
ing , a largo bon lire was lighted tin.
dor the direction of J. S. Baish ,
which made liglit and heal for the
assembled crowd , while the speaking -
ing was in progress. The speakre
were Lieutenant Governor Elect.
Savage of Sargent , 11 , 1J. Andiowh
of Callaway and Simon Cameron ,
.las. VVlnthoad , L. II. Jewott I. N.
Porshall and Dr. CO. . Piokott of
Broken Bow. The speaking WUH
prccuedud with a wontr by Messrn
J. M. Belts , N. T. Gadd , B. W.
Blair and Will Johns. Several
sacks of Hour and corn meal , beans
and millet seed were iudisoritniu-
atly scallerod in the crowd and but
lew escaped having their clothes
covered with il For a good lirno
Iho meeting was a great success.
Notice !
The ojunty board cf supervisors
will meel on Tuesday , Doe. 4th 1000
for Iho purpose of irausaoling gen
eral county buiencBB.
J. B. OBBOUBN , Co , Clerk ,
MotiAUuiiMN UuiiK-Moiulav , Nor. 11. , 1000 , at
ilia ollliu at the county Judge , Clmrlo | Me *
Ltutlillii. ; of Murnn , mul Mir * Ida Ilurlc , of
llrukeu llciw , Judge Armour olllclntlUK.
Aflur taking dinner at iho Globe ,
Mr. and Mrs. Loiighlin left 1'or
their home , already prepared by
iho groom , two and one half miloo
south west of Merna. May happi
ness and prosperity attend them is
the wish of tin
Liswi8ToMi'KiNS- thu residence ! of
p touts. Tucudny , Nov. H , WOO , nt Alliance ,
Noli. , I.orlu lo win of llroKon How , and Mlb
Florence TompMus of Alliance.
The bride is a young lady of cul
ture and rotiuomciH and is highly
OHloomod by ihoso who know her.
The groom is an industorious young
o.irpuutor by irade. Ho grow up in
Broken How and enjoys the oatcoru
of a host of aquaintainces. lie has
boon working at his trade in Alii.
ance during the summer and rolurn-
od Ihoro Iho first of the week. Ho
Inn a liomoslead in Brown county
to which place ho will move soon.
While in the city ho and his bride
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs \V.
K. Bruce. The RICI'UIILIOAN joins
iheir fnonds in oougralulalions.
x Died.
AI.I.HIUUIIT Monday ir.orulni ; Mr ?
wlfo of Joseph Allbrlght , twelve miles north ot
thu citj.
Wo have boon unable to learu the
particulars of her death except that
sl < o had been sick about a week ,
Her ago was 45 yoar.s The deceased
was the molhor of Mn > . E. L. Bunch
of Ihis city. The funeral services
were hold at the homo of the do *
ceased Tuesday. The RKPUIU.ICAN
extends sympathy to the bereavod.
Wheather pleasant since Salur.
day's cold snap.
L. U , MoCdll aud J. II. Prelly-
man pro feeding cuttle.
G. A. Griffils' children aro'shout
well afler Ihoir f > igo of typhoid fe
Considerable corn is soiling at
2U and 25 cents lo those who are
feeding calile for ihe easlorn mir-
Some days since when Mra. An
ton Bohman was scrubbing Iho floor
her feel slipped from under her Jel-
iug her Tall backwards , fracturing
her lefl arm , just above the wrist.
A Literary has been organized
at Riverside and a good time is an
ticipated. Question for tomorrow
night's debate is , , Shall Custor Co.
bo divided ? " Meets on Wednesday
night : all are invited ,
J. 11. Protlyman is improving
his ranch by orooling sheds aud by
pulling in scaled. He proposes lo
build a now house in iho near future
ture- Others will allow Iheir cat.
lie lo shutter on the leo side of a
wire fence and complain next spring
that they did not do well ,