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VOJL XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUST-ER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 13 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES. NO , 26
Holiday , Engagement
and Wedding Rings ,
THE RING FORMS AN IMPORTANT
LINK IN THE LIVES OF LOVERS AND
SWEETHEARTS , FRIENDS AND RELA FIVES.
RING SELLING FORMS ONE OF THE
MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES OF MY
IT IS GROWING BIGGER AND BETTER
THE REASONS FAULTLESS GEMS.
SUPERIOR SETTINGS AND LOWNESS OF
MY HOLIDAY DISPLAY OF RINGS IS
AMPLE IN QUANTITY , SATISFYING IN
QUALITY AND PLEASING IN PRICE.
I | x School Books ,
} lK Tablets
School Supplies ,
J , G. Haeberle's.
it iHn't tlie mi'terlui
Ui. t ROCK Into viuir
repaired wutclt tliat
l i . it la tne i pou ; flou ;
that doea the bwir.ees , any bungler
can buy the fine kinds of material
that I use In repairing ; but skill
ia the moet valuable material thnt
; an be need In watch repairing ;
and the buntflercnn't buy It. 1
eell my skill for what It la worth
aud U will cost you less than
bungling at lower prices.
F. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician.
West side of square.
J * *
Wheat _ We
liarley . . - . , . . . . 33c
Oats M. . . . , , . . . 25c
lle . . - 34
nutter _ 20
Potatoes. . . . . . . CO'
Onions $1. 0
Chicken 8 ( X drzen
Cown , . . 3 T !
BtCOrt . . . . . . . . 4X
Straw lOc LWC
Take your eggs to the Racket
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentiat , Broken
Cosmopolitan patterns ten cents.
No more. SNYDKB BROS.
3,000 pounds of Xmas candy just
received at Collom'd Grocery.
WANTED Old irou
DIKUKS LUHIJEK & COAL Co ,
Ice ureain soda 5 cents a glass at
Wilkms' drug atoro.
Cannon City coal at Dierkp
Pepsin Gum , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINB' PIIAEUAOT.
stock ( arm in Custer county
for i ale , 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 RoysoAbstraotor.
Ladiea interested in the Viavi
borne treatment should consult Mrs.
Ed. Royee at her home. 11 1 tf
A full line of holiday goods ,
such as toys , photo albums , toilet
sets , drums and baud sleds at the
When in need of a first-class
auctioneer , call on or address
R. D. SULLIVAN ,
Broken Bow , Nebr. tf
The Racket Stoio has the finest
Itae of ohiuaware , in the city , at
prices awpy below competition.
Call and get our prices.
Bang's galleries at Broken Bow
and Ansloy , are both open all the
time , cabinets at $200 and $2.50 ,
and fine crayon pictures cheap.
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to get a farm cheap ,
as ihe cheap farms are all going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BRENIZVB.
STIIAYED From my place , ere
mile north of Cumro P. O , on Sat
urday night , Doc. 8 , a roan mare
with a white face and a barb-wire
soar on right front foot. Weight
about 800 Iba. Any one finding
above animal please notify mo
d3 ! It J. W. LA BOBDB.
Curare , Nebr.
I have for sale 3 head of horsea ,
1 mare 5 years' old , weight 950 Iba. ,
in foal ; 1 mare 7 years old , and 1
mare 8 years' old ; one set of har
ness , nearly now , one farm wagon.
For further particulars , call on me ,
at W. J. Woods' afro.
DOT20 4t H , MoBUBNIK ,
Two good quartois of land for
sale cheap oigbt miles south of town ,
do tf A. T. SEYHOLT.
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug store.
Got my prices on Christmas
candy and iiuta for your Chriatma *
tr.-e. A. A. COLLOU.
Write Ilaydon Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for prtaeu
and samples. 9 8 lyr.
Sealing wax good for canning
purposes at Wilkins' drug store.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royao , Abatraoter
The Beit Bargain In Reildence Property.
Ton room house , a good barn and
block of ground , tor $1100.00 cash.
This ia the best bargain in resi
dence property in Broken Bow.
It WILLIS CAD WELL.
Notice to IKuuterH.
Parlies are forbidden to hunt on
my promises and land under my
control , under penalty of the law.
d -lm WM. FRANKLIN.
FOR SALE A one story cottage
with aix largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price $000.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
offioe. 7 lOtf
FOR SALE ,
MV UtACKHniXTH HHOI , 20x40
Now Wood shop In back part , all floored ; fran
floored with 2-lnch plunk ; also my TOOLS AND
sTOCK , Brery thing complete and now : good
trade ; reason ( or Belling , poor hunlth. Will soil
for cash or bankable note * . For particular * , In-
qalro of or aJilresfl WM. DAVIS.
P. 0. Box 037 , Urokcn How , Nebr. cllStt
I havo'ou hand iiuio hundred tons
of hay , and a frcsb range , 0x8 miles.
This hay and range is for Bate , or I
will winter 500 bead of cattle , at $3
per heaa. I have plenty of well
atid river water. Correspond with
dG-8t L. H. HABUIB ,
Dunning , Nrbr.
Pur emits or Trude.
A span of horses , harness , a good
Moline wagon , riding cultivator ,
"The Boy , " a walking listerwith the
latest attached drills , Will sell or
trade for hogs or cattle.
HENKY MOOUK ,
One and a half miles northeast of
Broken Bow , Nebr. dO-4w
For Christmas presents , A. W.
Drake has just received a now lint
of frames and mouldings , consisting
of Flemish oa. , triple venire quar
ter stock , in light and Flemish
black , gilt ornaments , fancy floor
rockers , in fifteen styles. Always a
line of second hand beating and
cook stoves , aa good as now , at
present at one-fourth price of now.
Job printing at this office.
PF. . Forney , of Merna was a city
P. II. Marlay , of Mason , was a
city visitor yesterday.
J B. Jones , of Omaha is in the city
baking bands with old acquaintan
Mrs. Mary Baylea of Ortell.o was
a friendly caller at this office yes-
Mrs. Will Rule loft yesterday
morning , on a visit to her old home
W. M. Beach , peat inasler of Ar
nold , made this office a friendly call
Harry Day & Co. bave bad a
fine frame awning erected in
front of their store building.
C. C. Parsous , of Arnold who was
hero attending the preliminary trial
of Oxley tlm week , mad a this offioe
a business call yesterday.
There will be no aorvioo in the
Episcopal church Sunday evening
as Mr. Doggett is to hold a borvice
in Anselmo. Morning service as
Prof Adamson extended his
lolopbono line to Woisaort laet week
and mndo the telephone connection
Saturday with the Sargent line.
It works like a charm and the people
of Weisaert are to bo congratulated
over the success of their enterprise.
Pha county board has contracted
with Wm. Blair for court house
janitor for aoother year. Billy is
the only janitor the county has ever
had and he bns made a good one.
We understand there would have
been other applicants after the first ol
January , to come before the new
board , but unless removed for cause
there is a question whether the now
board could sot aside the new con
The county board adjourned Mon
day evening until Thursday , to give
the members that desired an oppor
tunity to attend the state convention
of supervisor * ? , that met at Aurora
The Broken Bow Political Equal.
ity Club will moot at the homo of
Mrs. D , M. Amsborry , Friday even
ing , Deo. 21at , 1900. Everybody
Mits. A. M. SNYDBH , Sec.
Edward Ilogue and mother , of
Miirna , who bavo been visiting in
Wayne county , Iowa , the past year ,
returned home list Friday. They
came in on the flyer early in the
morning and stopped over bore , the
guest of yo soribo , until the evening
train , when they wont to Morna.
Bishop McCabe , of the M. E.
ohuroh , will bo bore next Thursday
and will proaoh in the M. E ohm oh
in the evening. Services will beheld
held all day and other ministcra
will preach at thn morning and
afternoon services , at 1030 ; a. m.
and 2:30 : p. m.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Gnu. WANTKD $20 a month , to
do general housework in a family
of four people. House hap water
gas and furnace. One orw to milk
Middle aged woman of experience
MRH. M. F. BAUKOW ,
Douglas , Wyoming. d3 2
At a mooting of the physicians o
this city last Thursday night , they
passed a resolution , suggested b ;
the city health officers , recommend
ing all persons who have not beet
vaccinated for small pox to have i
attended to at once , a precaution
made expedient by the provalono
of small pox in the state and ii
cities with which our citizens hav
t business relations.
The corn stalk disease among
cattle , has not entirloy disappoarec
from this vicinity. G. T. Robin-
HOII lost a throe year old cow Mon
day and wo lost a thoroughbred
Jersey heifer , yearling past , Satur
day. TlioHO who have adopted the
plan of feeding straw or millet in
the corral in the forenoon before
they turn their cattle on atalka
ropoit but few deaths.
THE STATE OF NKIIKASKA , )
12th Judicial District , j
It is hereby directed ard ordoroc
that the term of the district court
heretofore sot to begin on Doc. 17th ,
1000 , bo and the same is hereby
adjourned until Deo. 20th , 1000.
Dated thi" 10th day of December ,
1900. IJoiucn M. SULLIVAN ,
C. T. Qua , Clerk.
3rd. Sunday in advent , Deo. 10th ,
1900. Morning aorvioo 10:45 : a. m.
Subject of sermon , the 3rd Advent
theme "Tho Life to Come. " Sun
day Honool at 12 ra. There will bo
no evening service. Everyone cor
dially invited to bo present in the
WALTON HALL DOQOKTT , Rector.
A. 0. U. W. ElectOlllccrs.
At the regular mooting of the A.
0. U. W. Tuesday night , the fol
lowing officers wore elected for the
Master Workman. .A.K. Humphrey
Foreman F. W. Hayes
Overseer Jan MoMilhan
Receiver J. S. Baiaoh
Recorder W. B. Easthara
Financier. . Fred Kmno
Guide , V. J. Stedry
Outside Watchman. . .I. A. Reneau
lumde Watchman..R. W. Wilburn
Trustee for three years' terra , J. G.
Taken up , on the 1st day of Doc ,
1000 , as an entray , on HO ol Sec.
33 , Twp. 17. Rge. 19 , by the under
signed , one * black male hog ,
weight , about 300 Ibs. The owner
can have the same by proving pro
perty and paying expenses. Dated
this 8th day of Doc. 1000
doolS 5t WM. RoicssLKit.
A Good Thing.
containing the same herbs of all
healing found in Karl's Clover root
tea. They gave our ancestor
strength , kept the blood puio , end
will do the same for you if you aav
so. Price 25 cts. and CO ota. Bold
by J. G. Haeborlo.
Prof. Gco. F. Barker , M.D. , University of
Penn. : "All the constituents of alum remain
( from alum baking powders ) in the breadand
the alum itself is reproduced to all intents and
purposes when the bread is dissolved by the
gastric juice in the process of digestion. I re
gard the use of alum as highly injurious. "
Dr. Alonzo Clark : "A substance ( alum )
which can derange the stomach should not be
tolerated in baking powder. "
Prof. W. G. Tucker , New York State
Chemist : "I believe it ( alum ) to be decidedly
injurious when used as a constituent of food
Prof. S. W. Johnson , Yale College : "I
regard their ( alum and soluble alumina salts )
introduction into baking powders as most dan *
gerous to health. "
In view of such testimony as this ,
every care must be exercised by
the housewife to exclude the over
and over condemned cheap , alum
baking powders from the food.
Baking1 powders made from cream of tartar.which
is highly refined grape acid.are promotive o ! health ,
and more efficient. No other kind should be used
in leavening food. Royal Baking Powder is the
highest example of a pure cream of tartar powder.
-BAKINO POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YOPK.
Business Men Moot.
Aa per adjournment , a meeting
of the Commercial Club of Broken
Bow waa held Tuesday night , in
the court houfeo , for the purpose of
effecting a permanent organization.
The secretary bad already re
ceived a number of letters from
parties who seek to establish indus
tries in cow fields. From the proa ,
out outlook , the executive commit
tee will have ample opportunities
to work , and and it ia reasonably
certain that if they can have the
necessary support from the citizens
of the town , much good will reault.
The following offioera wore olootod :
President , G. W. Apple ; first vice
president , A. R , Humphrey ; second
vice president , I. A. Rouonu ; sec
retary , Jaa. Ledwioh ; treasurer , J
G. Haoberlo. Executive board , J.
C. Bowen , C. L. GuttorHon , F. M.
Rublee , J. A. Harris and Judge
Judge Item's Mission to Washington.
Judge Reese returned a few days
ago from Washington , whore ho
went on solicitation of ( Jen. Sickles.
The State Journal of the 8th has
the following in reference to his
Commander John Reese of the G.
A. R , department of NobraHka , ar
rived in Lincoln yesterday from
Washington. He waa called to
Washington by General Sickles ,
chairman of the national league of
veterans , to consult with other
Grand Army men in regard to the
interests of the veterans of the
country. The first day commander
Reese was in Washington he called
on President MoKinley iu company
with thirty other Grand Array men.
On the following day he wan one
member of a committee comprising
General Sioklea , Mr. Kay of Now
York , past department commander
of the New York department , an'l
chairman of the national league
committee , and Major Warner , of
Msrourilhat ! called on the president
in the interest of the veterans' prof ,
erenco bill. This bill provides that
veterans bo given the preference in
the matter of government employ
ment when they are competent.
The assurance that ho would use bin
influence to have the bill paasod at
this session of congress. Mr. Reese
and the other members of the committee -
mittoo feel greatly encouraged ever
the prospect for thin favorable legis
lation for veterans.
At the first meeting of the G. A.
R. men the preaident shook hands
with each of the thirty visitors.
Mr , Reese waa the last in the circle
to receive a greeting , but when the
president saw him ho said with a suiilo
"Iwant to congratulate you on the vie-
tory in Nebraska. " The president
made a secondroforoncc to Nobr-
vi ka when General Sickles who was ,
spokesman , spoke ol the state and
'its roprnaauativo present and the
recent victory there. There was other
evidence that the president was
greatly pleased over the vote given
him by Nebraska. The bill includes
the soldioni of the Spanish-Ameri
ALOMO IIUCKLlHItillllY IIL'UE.
Ho Is un lleir to tlie Itig Fortune lu
Alonzo Huckleberry , who moved
from Clark county , Ind. , to Ne
braska thirty-one years ago , is vis
iting hiHiirphuw , Dallas llulkleberry
in Louisville. Ho is one of the
heirs of the supposed fortune now
awaiting the Huckleborrys in Gor
man y , and a visit was paid to Jof-
lerHonvillo on Saturday to see what
could bo learned of Dr. John Huuk-
loburry of Little York , who in going
to Germany after the money. Aa
a result of paralysis , Mr. Buioklo-
berry , who is a voryold man , in al
most helpless. Ho says he has hoard
of the fortune nearly all of his life ,
but no defmato action has ever been
taken to get hold of it.
The above ia taken from a paper
published at JofTorsonviile , Indiana.
Mr.Huckleborry lias been in the
east since last , February , but hid
family ia still living horo. Ilia
many friends hero would be pleased
to learn of him securing a good
chunk of the Huckleberry fortune ,
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