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VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA THURSDAY
, , NOVEMBER 29 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES. NO 24D
The Cbrli'mas clrt ebon Id be something
of an enduring and Intrinsic value iome-
iblQg tbat will last fur years , bringing
pleasant recollections of both tbo glvor
ai (1 tbo occasion. i
For this reason jewelry mnkes Ideal
Christmas plfU , always appropriate-
i acceptable to oTcry one ,
I want you to come and sea my holiday i
lino. It will he unntutlly varied and
I eaullfnl , and I am enro tbut iu It vou
will find many articles tbat will salt b'otb
year purse and your tasto. i
* . Kemembor , lean soil for lost tbau many
V otber dealer * because ray store rental and
operating expenses are lower.
Qradaate of Cblcaeo Opthalmio College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
, C. Haeberle's.
It Isn't tlie material
tUHt B > en into Your
repaired wutch tliut
reHitita In a perKct
toti.lt IB tlie
that does the buciDbes , auy buuglur
can buy tbe fine klnda of material
tbat I use la repairing ; but ekill
ie the moet valuable material tbat
jan be need In watch repairing :
and tbe bunulercan't buy U. I
sell my skill ( or what It IB worth
and It will cost you less tban
bungling at lower prices.
F. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician.
West aide of square.
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oca o 8
PBNN & DOBR1B ,
All ilnds of work In our line done
promptly and In first-class order. Bed
Sbop on the corner , weat of tbe boie
house. Give us a trial.
Wbe t _ BOC
0 tl . . .25C
Dntter _ _ . 20.
Onions , _ II.
Chickens 3 ( X
Bteen . . . . 4.00
Cosmopolitan patterns ten cents.
No more. SNYDKR Bnos.
3,000 pounds of Xtnas candy Just
received at CoUom'u Grocery.
Just received an elegant line of
over coats. SNYDKB BBOS.
WANTBD Old iron
DIUBB.B LUMBER & COAL Co ,
Snyder Bros , have just received
ad elegant line of shoes. It
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Sealing wax good for canning
purposes at Wilkins'drug store.
Fresh milch cows for sale. Fa-
quire at this office , 2t
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug store.
Ice cream soda 5 cents a glass at
Wilkms * drug store. '
Go and see tbo Great Majestic
work and sample its work first week
Cannon City coal at Dicrke
Bo sure to attend tbe cooking
exhibit at W. J. Woods' furniture
Get my prices on Christmas
candy and note for yonr Christmas
tree. A. A. COIXOM.
Pepsin Gum , two packages for a
nickel at WILKINS' PHARMACY.
If you want fresh moat , call on
Fred Maulick , west aide of public
Write Hayden Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for prices
and samples. a 8 lyr.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by tbe Broken Bow Ab ;
atract Co. E. Royso , Abstractor.
Beat stock farm in Custer county
for sale , at $8.00 per acre.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ab-
struct of title. E.RoyBeAbBtraoter.
Ladies interested in the Viavi
home treatment should consult Mrs.
Ed. ROJFG at her home. 11 1 tf
When in need of a llrst-olmes
auctioneer , call on or address
R. D. SOLLIVAK ,
Broken Bow , Nubr. tf
FOR SALB A one story cottage
with aix largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Priou $900.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
office. 7 lOtf
Bang's galleries at Broken Bow
and Ansley , are both open all the
time , cabinets at $2.00 and $2.50 ,
and fine crayon pictures cheap
Farms for sale and lands for ronl.
Now is the time to get a farm cheap.
& ? the cheap farms are all going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BRBHIZBR.
FOB SALB At Geo.Adams'ranoh ,
18 miles south of Broken BowNeb. ,
300 small healthy pigs , weighing 60
to 80 pounds.
FRANK H. SMITII , M'g'r.
Broken Bow , Nebr.
A , Wallace has taken possession
of tbe B. & M. restaurant , and is
remodeling the interior , and ar
ranging to run it in first-class lunch
counter style. When hungry , give
him a call. n29tf
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Poalo
& John , and get groceries , queens-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry coeds , boots , shoes , hardware
and drugs. PKALK & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is tbo plaoo.
Fred Mauliok is now better prepared -
pared than ever to serve the public
with fresh meat. Ho has put in anew
now refrigerator of the latest im >
provements , and his meat is kept in
first class order. Call and Bee him ,
on west side of square.
I have for Bale 3 head of horaea
1 mare 6 years' old , weight 050 Iba. ,
in foal ; 1 mare 7 years old , and 1
mare 8 years' old ; one Bet of har
ness , nearly new , one farm wagon
For further particulars , call on me
at W. J. Woods' atore.
novae 4t H. MoBtWNiK.
Job printing at this office.
Julius Ottun of Round V alloy
was a oity visitor yesterday.
J. W. Fairfield , of Mason City ,
opent Monday in the oity.
A , Somtnora , of Morna , made this
office a welcome call Saturday.
Rev. J. R. Teagarden , of Ansloy ,
made this office a friendly call
Tuesday while in the oity.
W. F. Groonloo , the now editor
of the Ansloy Advocate , made this
office a friendly call Monday.
D. 0 , Konklo and H. W. Alberts ,
of Weissort , were oity visitors Mon
day. This office acknowledges a
call from those gontlemeu.
Tbero are splendid opportunities
for a buainoss men's organization to
accomplish good for the town and
vicinity in tbe near future.
J. G. Painter has assumed full
charge of tbe Populist , as editor
and publieher , niuao election. He
gets out a good paper , from the
populist standpoint ,
Tbo Callaway Creamery Co's
building at Callaway w.v < destroyed
by fire last Sunday night week. It
was being operated by the Fremont
Creamery Co. , which had it leased.
Joeae Westbrook and Edward
Barnes , of Round Nalley , wore in
tbe city Tuesday to make applica
tion to prove up on their home ,
steads. This office acknowledges a
J. S. Baisoh has a fine pair of Elk
horns in his shop , tbat he has re
cently mounted tor tbe Equality
Club. We understand the club had
them mounted for parties in the
J. A. Snider , who is ono of the
prosperous farmers and substantial
citizens of Oconto , made this office
a friendly call Saturday , and bad
bis name enrolled on our increasing
list of stalwart republicans.
Will Davis , who has been at
Omaha for three weeks under the
treatment of a specialist , for stomach
ach trouble , returned homelnst Saturday -
urday evening. He expresnes him-
self as fooling greatly improved in
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Smots ,
who are among the substantial citi
zens of tbo vicinity of Green , called
Saturday and bad their subscrip
tion credited up to 1901 as an ex-
preaaion of their faith in continued
W. H. Eimberloy , the Sunday
School missionary , gave a stereopticon -
con lecture at the U. B. church
Tuesday night , for tbo benefit of a
Sunday School library for that
church. The attendance was good ,
and something over $15.00 was
received by admission.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Mr. and Mrs. Snider , of the B. &
M. rertanrant , took the train Wed
nesday evening for a visit to their
old home in Gilmer county , West
Virginia , expecting to remain there
for the winter for the benefit of
Mrs. Snider's healthwhich has been
very poor for the last two or throe
A grand musical entertainment
will bo given both afternoon and
evening at the Fair to bo hold by
the Ladies' Guild , December 12th
and 13th , in tbo Realty block. Be
sure to look over and purchase some
of tbo fine photograpa on sale at the
photograph booth. Warm supper
will be served both daysfrom 5 to
Wash Rankin is feeding two
hundred head of cattle for the mar
ket. He is feeding them at Johi
Tyson's place , six miles west o
town. He is associated with Wrigh
Rankin , of Blaine county , where
they have 1,400 head of stock cattle
on the ranch. They recently sole
000 head of stock cattle to eastern
For Christmas presents , A. W
Drake baa just received a new line
of frames and mouldings , consisting
of Flemish oak , triple venire quar
ter stock , in light and Flomial
black , gilt ornaments , fancy flee
rockers , in fifteen styles. Always a
line of second hand heating and
oook Btovea , as good as now , a
present at ono.fourth price of now
S. J , Landifl , of Callaway , was a
rioudly caller yesterday.
Wantz & Thompson lost another
Due stallion yesterday from pink
N. K. Lee of Round Valley , who
pent the summon in the Black IJills
is homo ngnin.
John Kobinaon , Houtli of town ,
oat a two year old heifer Monday
ram "corn ttalk" disease.
The oity schools hold Thanksgiv.
ng exercises in several of the rooinu
osterday afternoon. The schools
vill hnvo a vacation until next
Raid Skinner says ho saw the
man that triad to hold him up a
short time ago out northeast of
town a few days ago , when ho had
no mask ou.
S. Noth , southwcat of town , lost
nine head of eattlo last week from
corn stalk disease , That makes
jlevon head ho has lost rooontly
from the same cause.
Mike Shauloy oamo down from
Cherry county yesterday , to aoootu-
) ; u > y the remains of his father who
died Monday. Ho was 78 years
old. The remains wore laid to rest
in the Gathoho comttory.
Parties who lose stock , by the
"corn stalk disease , " if they desire
can have the services of the state vet
erinary surgeon by notifying II. L.
Ormsby , station agent , at this place
in time for him to wire the veteri
narian herewithin 48 hours after the
death of the animal. The veterina
rian desires to make several exami
Lon Walk , six miles west of the
oity , met with a severe accident last
Thursday evening , by discharging a
shotgun which ho had in his hands ,
while getting out of a wagon. The
load entered his right Bide. Dr.
Potter wan called , and dressed the
wound. It is thought that -Mr.
Wolk will got along all right , as the
wound is doing nicoly.
YES OUR SPECIAL
JACKET , CAPE , FUR
AND SUIT SALE WILL
BE A HUMMER , AND
THE PEICES WILL BE
AT BOTTOM , THOMP
SON , RUBLEE , STEV
A. Wallace returned Tuesday
norning from his eastern trip , and
says that wherever ho stopped ,
everybody seemed to bo very busy ,
and ho heard no complaint of bard
times , ind very little talk about the
ate election , except occasionally
Homo ono ackod why wo fellows in
Nebraska wont back on W. J.
[ iryan. Of oourso he could easily
answer the question fusion didn't
Thanksgiving week IB here again ,
and wo shall eat our turkey this
pear , feeling very grateful to our
) ld and tried friends who have con
tinued for so long to give UB the
auppoitof their generous patronaga ,
We also owe thanks to the many
new customers wo find in our circle.
\Vo appreciate tbo confidence that
our patrons show in us , and wo fool
in the best of fighting trim to con
tinue our struggle against high
price ? . Wo are glad that so many
of our farmer friends are with UB ,
and shall keep up our best efforts to
give them the best goods at tbo
lowest figures. Youra truly ,
J. C. BOWBN.
G. E. Cadwell and family left
this morning for California , with
a view of locating aoinewhoro
on the Pacific coast. Before con
tinuing his journey westward , ho
will visit his parents in Illinois ,
ilo made a sale and sold oil bis
stock and personal pioporty , but did
not neil his ranch , of which he has
a section of land four and one-half
miles south of the city. He has
leased the ranch to Q. E. MoCloary.
Mr. Cadwell has been a resident ol
this vicinity for twenty years , one
in that time has accumulated a
largo amount of property. He is
one of Ouster county's best citizens
and it is with regret his many
friends see him and his excellent
wife leave us. His principal ob
joot in going to the Pacific coast is
to improve his health , iu which tbo
RKPUIILICAN hopes he may be suc
cessful. May prosperity and hap
pinuss attend them , is the sincere
Wish Of the ItEI'UIlLIOAN.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the
standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder ,
Superior to every other known. Makes
delicious cake and pastry , light , flaky biscuit ,
griddle cakes palatable and wholesome.
NOTE. Avoid baking powders mndc from
AKINQ powoin oo , J11' They , look l" e pure powders ,
NIOAQO. ? " " my raisc tlic cakts ; , but alum
is a poison nnd no one can eat food
mixed with it without injury to health.
"Ohas. Penn , " says the State
Journal , "is a candidate for appoint
ment to the position of commandant
of the soldiers' homo at Milford. "
Hr. Penn is ono of Ouster county's
most faithful workers and stalwart
opublioans , and any favors shown
lira by the government would bo
appreciated by hid many friends of
Business Men Meet.
On the solicitation of G. VV.
Apple , a largo number of the busi
ness men of the oity mot at the
court hoi'so Tuesday night , to dis
cuss the question of organizing a
jusineBS men's association. A torn
lorary organisation was effected by
jleotmg Goo. W. Apple chairman
and James Lodwioh secretary.
The question of organization , and
the ends possible to accomplish for
the town and vicinity was quite
generally discussed. Those par-
.icipating in the discussions nnd
suggestions were Judge Sullivan , S.
J. Louergan , Alpha Morgan , J. J.
Wilson , A. 11. Humphrey , Drs. B.
C. Talbot and 0. Piokett , Jas. Led-
wioh , J. D. Ream , J. G. Painter , J.
A. Harris , E. R. Puroell , I. A.
Reneau , W. B. Eastham , C. 11. J < fi
ords , Dr. C. VV. Hakes , Goo. Will
ing , G. W. Apple , D. AI. Arnsberry ,
F. M. Rubloe end othort. Those
present were quite sanguine that
much good would result by organi
zation. The chair appointed Judge
Sullivan , A. R. Humphrey and Al
pha Morgan to draft constitution
and by-laws , to report to the moot
ing next Tuesday night , when a
permanent organization is to bo
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The members of the G. A. R.
Waahburne Post gave a oampfiro
entertainment iu their hall last
Wednesday night , which was open
o the public. A largo crowd wan
n attendance. The program con.
Bistod of music , speeches , etc. , and
was iollowod with a lunch , provided
jy the Women's Relief Corpti.
Speeches were made by Gen. Gngo ,
Col. 11. C. Russell and Senior Vice
'ommandor ' Wiloox. Mrd. C. G.
layer favored the audience with a
solo , and several army songs were
sung by some of the old veterans.
Gen. Gage and Col. 11. C. Russell
were at their best , and kept the
audience in an uproar of laughter
most of the time. At the conclu
sion of the exorcises , the ladiou
surprised the members of the post
with a lunch of coileo and sand-
wiohes , which were nerved in the
mil. All report having enjoyed a
Itt Sunday in Advent , December
ad. 10:45 : a. ra , , morning service ;
The Advent Messnge ; celebration
of the Holy Communion. 13 m. ,
Sunday School. 730 ; p. m. , oven-
lug prayer ; eormon on the first
great Advent theme , "Death. " Off.
ertory duet , violin and cornet. You
are cordially invited to bo preBont.
WALTON HALL DOUGKTT , Rector.
u. u. ciiuuoii.
At the IT. B. church Sunday
morning the oubjoot will bo "Tho
Tendoruoss of Christ , " and in the
evening another chalk talk sermon
will bo given by Mr. Bolts and the
pastor. The one given lant Sunday
evening was well received and
highly appreciated , but they expect
to give something better next Sun
day night. Special music will bo
furnished. A cordial welcome
Sales cried in Ouster and adjoin ,
ing counties. Terms reaonable.
Broken Bow Nobr.
FAUM FOU SALE At UptonNob. .
100 acres of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation , and the rest
fenced in pasture , with three w'uen.
Good four room sod honso ; corn
crib and granary , each 12x10 foot ,
connected ; Htablo and chicken
IIOUHO , etc. For particulars call ou
J. J. Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wiloox , on premises , agio
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