Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, November 22, 1900, Image 1

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, , NOVEMBER 22. 1900.--EIGHT PAGES , NO 23
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A well known young ranti , to be inscribed "
W within tila Gancee'i" ling. Friend sweet-
a. heart , wile combine the throe , or choose
9 ono from among them nml I will enow you
the rit" for proi > ontatlou Dainty soll-
V tnlron for the Aomau who In tatlsflcd with
i nothing bnt the "correct thine. "
M Anocgant line of real' and Initials for
tbo men 8 lid , vnbsta' tM , ccouomlcnl
rlnpi ( or the boyB and girls. "Every-
C nody'a" ring the Eolld gold oval or baml ,
In nil ntzcs ; brond flat , broud fnl oval ;
i or the neat , rtflred I Iflany , n tmrrow ,
H thlclc ring , wel. hlng fnlly as much as tbo
T others , but lacking their ostentation
m Cbilstraae coracs batonco ayear.i
J And CbrUtman now. Is very near.
A aim first to enlt will get the best ,
f Altho' we're rnre to salt tt1 reft.
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y Oradaate of Chlcaeo Opthalmlo College.
School Books ,
TFfr School Supplies ,
* J < G. Haeberle's.
It Isn't the mntcrlal
lint KOCH Into your
repulred tlmt
l < ia perffct
| Ult la tlieK-nfti
that does the buolness , any bungler
can buy the fine klnda ot material
that I u e In repairing ; but ekill
is the moat valuable material that
; an ba need In watch repairing :
and tbo bunirlercan't buy It. I
sell my ekill ( or what It le worth
Hud It will cost you lees than
bungling at lower prices.
Jeweler and Optician.
West eido of square.
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All ulnds ot work In our line done
promptly and In first-class order. Bed
Shop on the corner , weat of tbo hoao
house. Give us a trial.
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I'oulooa.- . . . , 40
Onions. . . . . . . . 40B
Chickens . , . a ( X d zei
COWH * .7o
mccrs . , . . . . . _ _ 4.0i
Turkeys. . . 4.0ift
Straw . 10c cw
Business Pointers.
Cosmopolitan patterns ton cents.
WANTED Old iron
Dr T. W Bass , dentist , Brokpn
Hotel at Burwyn for sale.
Sealing wax good for canning
purposes at Wilkins' drug Btoru.
Fresh miluh cows for sale. Fu
quire at this ofliuo , 2t
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug utoro.
lc un am soda 6 contn a gla a at
Wilkins' drug store.
Go and see the Grcnt Majestic
work and sample its work first week
in OcCPinbor
< 'a nun Oil ) uo'n t Died-
Liunhnr wo.
Be sure to attend the cooking
exhibit at W. J. Woods' furniture
store. ' ,
Write II lydon Bros. , Omaba.
Wholesale Supply House for pi. et
and Hotuple * 2 8 lyr
IVj.Mb Gum lo for
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II u * i.l frt'Bh ' , mil ou
l < r d iVIauliuk , west bide ol public
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by thu Broken Bow Ab
stract Co E. Royso , Abstractor
BUHI Block larm iu Uuwter count }
for Hale , at $8 00 pur auro.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch , in town
and confectionery.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ab.
struct of title. E.RoyseAbstracter.
Ladies interested in the Yiavi
homo treatment should consult Mra.
Ed. Royte at her home. 11 1 tf
Feu SALE A one story cottage
with HU lirge ; rooms , pleasant yard ,
and turrouiidingti. Price $000
Call ou L. J. Gandy or at thin
office. 7 JOtf
Bang's galleries at Broken Bow
and Ansley , are both open all thu
time , cabinets at $200 and $2:50 : ,
aud line crayon pictures ohuap.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to get a farm cheap.
as the cheap farms are all going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly
FOR SALE At Geo. Adams'ranoh ,
18 miles south of Broken BowNeb ,
300 small healthy pigs , weighing 50
to 80 pounds. .
Broken Bow , Nebr.
Bring your butter , eggs , lard aud
all other country produce to Peale
& John , and get groceries , queons-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry goods , boots , shoes , hard warn
and drugs. PISALB & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the place.
Fred Maulick is now better pre
pared than ever to serve the public
with fretfh meat. Ho has put in a
new refrigerator of the latest im
provements , and his meat is kept in
first class order. Call and see him ,
on west side of square.
FARM FOR SALE At UptonNeb. .
100 acres of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation , and the rest
fenced iu pasture , with three wires.
Good four room sod bouse ; corn
unb 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 , agio
Local Mention.
Job printing at this office.
Gotloib Hisor , supervisor elect
from Mason City , was a oity visitor
J. A. Hutohinson returned from
tin Brown county claim last week.
Ho will remain hero until apring.
A. Wallace loft Tuesday night
on a visit to St. Joseph , Missouri.
He will visit frienda in Iowa while
tone ;
Dr. J J. Piokatt came up Tues
day evening to renew old acquaint
ances. Ho made this office a
friendly call.
When in need of a first-class
auctioneer , call on or address
Broken Bow , Nebr. tf
Between two and three inches of
snow visited this vicinity Tuesday ,
and the prospects this ( Wednesday )
morning aru that inoio wil < soon
follc w.
A. R. Humphrey and wife returned -
turned Tuesday night from a two
weeks' visit in the vicinity of
Bloomfield , Iowa , with Mr. Humph
rey's father and mother.
An oyster supper wll be t-ivoti at
the O. K school bouse Wednesday
evening , N v 28 , 1000 , nine miles
south of town Good entortuin-
mt'tit Supper 40u a couple.
So tar aa we have hoard the ban
ner republican precinct in Nebras
ka is in Blaine county , in the Rankin -
kin neighborhood. There were
IU vntpn nnpt , nnr ) 19 nf thnm worn
for McKinley.
W. U. Reederof Merna , who has
been in Blame county through the
Hummer season with his Htouk , ban
moved bin cattle back to Ouster to
winter. He made this office a wel
come call yesterday , and had his
subscription renewed.
G. P. Pierce , of Iowa , has charge
of H. Bangs' photograph gallery ,
while the latter is looking after the
business in Ansley , where he ban
recently established himself. Mr
Pierce was a resident here for a
short time , associated with Mr
Bungs twelve years ago.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
Spring Wagons
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
Chas. Hammond , of east Custer ,
was a welcome caller Monday. He
says that help is so scarce that it is
out of the question to got bands to
husk corn. He has yet several
acres to husk , for lack of help.
Many other farmers in the count }
are similarly situated.
St. John's Club , of the Episcopal
church , Mr. A. J , Maoy director ,
Will hold an "open meeting" at Mr.
Ledwiuh's office , north nido of
square , Friday evening , at 7:30.
Mr. Doggett will give an address
on Gen. "Chinese" Gordon. All
frienda of the boys are cordially
Dr. R. C. Talbot returned the
first of the week from his ranch in
Thomas county , where he has been
for a couple of weeks , helping his
son , Capt. Talbot , get ready for
the winter. They will keep their
stock on the ranch as long as their
feed holds out , and then bring
them back to Ouster for the re
mainder of the winter.
Mrs , 0. H , Conrad and J. D. Mar
shall , left Tuesday morning for
Taylor , Nebraska , to attend the
funeral of their step father , Mej
Old bam. They reooivod word of
his death Monday. Their father
wai 81 years old. The REPUBLICAN
extends to the bereaved relatives the
sincere sympathy of their froinda
of this community.
Car of Fancy Hew York
. At J. C , BOWEN'S ,
Winter Apples-buy some.
The Ladies Guild arc busy getting
oady for the Fair and Supper , to bo
lold on Dee , 13 and 18tb. The
Doll Table will bo ot especial in
Chalk talk sermon at the U. B.
ohuroh Sunday night , by 0 , B.Bolts
and Rev. U. E. Myers , Botta will
make marks on the black board
while the preacher remarks.
The Ladicfl ot the Proabytorian
ohuroh will serve dinner ou Thanks
giving day , from 1 to 3 , iu the
Building fcrmorly oooupicd by Wm
Penn and Co. Fancy articles will
bo on ealo. Come and buy your
Chriatmaa prosonta.
A union Thnnkagiving aorvice
of north aide ohurohca will bo hold
in the Episcopal ohurolion the ovnn-
ing of Thanksgiving Day , at 7:30. :
Rov. Statum of the Preabytorian
ohuroh will preach the aortnon and
the offering will bo divided between
the poor ot the three Churches.
Department Commander John
Reese of our oity is iu receipt of a
letter fromQ in.Sickles of Now York
asking that he accompany bun on
Monday to Washington to boar the
congratulations of the Voteran'Ro-
publican league to President Mo-
Kinlcy on the great victory in thu
recent election.
Mre. H. G. Rogers is again at
borne , after spending a year in the
eait. While absent aho spent , sev
eral moDtha in Paris , but has bson
stopping moat of the time tempo
rarily at Chicago , where her chil
drenFrank and Nottiearo attending
school. They accompanied her to
the Paris Exposition.
Plans are being perfected for
extending the Koarnuv and Blaok
Eiills railroad , from Cnllaway to
Sandy. A private company ib
> aok of the project , which constructs
ta road and collects the bonds pro-
losed to bo voted in aid of th con-
truction , but the N. P. K. B. IB
he power behind the throne. Ar
nold and Qandy are to bo congrat
ulated npon the favorable prospects
of railroad connection with the
rest ot the world in the near future.
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The ladies of the Presbyterian
Dhnroh will serve dinner on
Thanksgiving day , from ono to
three o'clock , in tbo building form *
erly occupied by Wm. Penn & Co.
Fancy articles will also bo on sale ,
a partial list as follows ; plain and
fancy aprons , pin cushions , button
bags , twina holders , Battnnburg
pieces , netting , embroidery , crochet
hushers , clothes pin bags , pillow
shams , laundry bags , picture throws
and family linenhomstitohed hand *
Tout Tnrky , crantxjrry tance
Celebrated Boston baked beans
Chicken Fie In the Pot
Maibtd PoUtoea , Baked Sweet potatoes
Jlblet Sauce.
Wheat bread. Brown bread. .
Pnmpkln. Mince ,
Cbeeee , Celery. Pickles
Cftk * . Jolley.
Coflee. Tea
Parties wanting private tables
will call at Mr. Haeberlo's drug
store and leave order by Wednesday
Nov. 28. Price , adults 25 cents ,
children under ten , 15 cents.
Church Scrrlces.
Sunday next before Advent ( utir
up Sunday ) Nov. 25th , 1000
Morning service at 10.45 a. in
Offertory solo , Mre. Mayer. Sun
day school at 12 m. Evening
prayer at 7:30. : Address ou th
content * of the "question box , "
A Great
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There are many superior
brands of baking Worth
powders , but
| 4 Royal Baking Powder"
is recognized at once as n the
brand of great name , the powder
of highest favor and reputation.
Everyone has absolute confi
dence in the food where 'Royal
is used.
Pure and healthful
food is a
matter of vital importance to
every individual.
Royal Baking Powder l i
assures the finest and
most wholesome food.
There" are many imitation
* " " * "
- " powders , made . from alum , mostly
> sold ,
clicnp. Avoid them ns they
make thu food unwholesome.
OVAL BAKING POWDER co. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW von * . '
Corn Stalk Disease.
D ; . A. Peters , state veterinarian ,
u 1808 report , in treating on corn
talk disease in cattle says :
"Wo have concluded that the
) est method of prevention is to feud
grain ration to cattle in the morn ,
ng before turniuc ; them into the
iolds , or to allow the stock to have
0308S to a hay or straw stack. "
Jut adds "that the only safe method
s to out the stalks and feed them in
hat form. "
Ho says , "In moat cases the din-
aao is so far advanced when dis-
overed , that treatment is useless ,
but if noticed in time , I would
advise dionohmg with epsom salts
n half pound doses every few hours
until they act. "
O'Neill to North Platte.
It seems that the connection of
tbo old Sioux City , O'Neill and
iVestern railroad with the Union
Pacific railroad at North Platte ,
tfob. , which the Credits Commuta
tion and Combination Bridge oom-
> aniea fought for during the six
rears cf tbo Pacific Short Line re
ceivership , which included a costly
campaign in congress of the United
States , is about to bo secured by
the Great Northern. The Short
Line iu owned by J. Kennedy Ted
& Company , and operated by the
Great Northern as a partofitH Wil
mar and Sioux Falls. The negotia
: ions for the connection are said to
be entirely iu the hands of the
Union Pacific and Great Nortuorn
The now relations which have
boon established between the Union
Pacific aud Great Northern were a
condition precedent to taking up
the project , but now that arrango-
mnnr , for thn allianoo haw been uoti
eluded , the prospect that the exten
sion from O'Neill will bo construct
ed next year is bright.
Word from St. Paul today was
that building the line had been un
der consideration for more than a
week. The Frontier ( O'Neill ) .
Would it not bo a good business
proposition for our business men to
look after this project , and see that
if this line is built that Broken
Bow is included on the route ?
Wet Ice !
The county board cf supervisors
will meet on Tuesday , Deo. 4th 1000
for the purpose of transacting general
oral county buiiness.
J. B. OBBOUBN , Co , Clerk ,
Josh Wood returned from Kear
ney Saturday. Mr. Wood had al
most recovered from his recent sick
ness. The attending physician pro *
louncos it a new disease , which is
ontagious every four years , and
which is called dyspepsia of the
> ooket , Bupermduood by a mania
rom reading the Omaha World
ierald. Followed by a severe at-
ack of election fever which produ
ces expanded portions of the guess-
ng ability and generally reduces a
man's height from six to ten inches
when recovered and compel ? theme
o give their trousers several rolls
o prevent dragging or bagging at
ho knees. Several citizens of Sumner -
ner had a slight attack of this new
disease. Miller Gazette.
Storeoptlcon Lecture
W. H. Kimberly , S. S. Missionary
will giyo a storooptlcon lecture at
heUnitod Brethren church Tuesday
night , Nov. 26. Admssion , 15 and
25 cents. Proceeds will go towards
a S. 8. library-
Letter List.
Following is the dead letter list
? or week ending Nov. 20,1000 :
Mlns Ollro K. Whittle. Frank Arlington.
Mlis Llzilo B. Smith. Klojd Smith ?
Curti Uosttir. Prank M Wilson.
Irln F y.
Parties calling for ( ho abcvo
pluabo say advertised.
Sales cried in Custer and adjoin *
ing counties. Terms roaonablo.
Juu KAY.
Broken Bow Nobr.
Public Sule.
I will offer at public sale at my
place of residence , 14 miles north
of Broken Bow and ono mile south
west of Lillian PostoiGoe , Novemboi
23 , 1900 , commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. , 40 head of cattle , 10 head of
horses , 34 head of stock hogs , farm
implements , household goods and
other articles. J. E. QWINN.
Taken up , on the 10th day of
Oct. , A. D. 1000 , OH a stray on Sec.
30 , in Twp. 17 N , , Rge. 20 , in ( Jus-
tor county , Nob. , by the subscriber ,
who there resides , ono spotted
sow , weight about 250 pounds.
The owner of said property can
have the same by proving property
and paying expenses. Dated tbia
10th day ot Oct. , A. D. 1000.