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VOL. XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1900-ElGHT PAGES , NO 27
ihristmas Clocks ,
Welches and Jewelry ,
SANTA OLAUS CARRIES MORE
CLOCKS , WATCHES AND JEWELRY
INTO AMERICAN HOMES THAN ANYTHING -
THERE IS NO CLASS OP GOODS
MORE DESIRABLE FOR CHRISTMAS
GIVING NONE WHICH AFFORDS THE
VARIETY OF ARTICLES NONE
WHICH WILL GIVE MORE PLEASURE ,
OR BE KEPT AND TREASURED FOR
LONGER YEARS AND NONE AMONG
WHICH YOU MAY SECURE SUCH DESIRABLE -
SIRABLE PRESENTS FOR SO LITTLE
A GLANCE OVER THE MENTION-
INGS BELOW , MAY HELP YOU SOLVE
THK QUES'l ION , "WHAT SHALL I GIVE ? "
School Books ,
Et iHM't tlie ntftturliil
Hint icoeet Into vour
repiilreti wutclt tjmt
ruHintu lu a perd ct
jon.u istiife pou ; Jiou ;
Unit doi'Sthubueiiit'es , uiy bungler
cnu buy the line kit da of mnterlnl
( hut I u'o In repairing ; but f-kill
ia the most valuable maturitil that
; an bo used in watch repairing ;
and tlio bun lercnn't buy It. L
eell my skill ( or what It IB worth
nud It will cost you less than
bungling at ' wrr prloi'B.
F.W. HATES ,
Jeweler and Optician
West aide of square.
' & > ?
Wbcat . . _ 53C
Oats _ . . . M sv
Ityo , .31
Kg 9 2 .
Potatoes. . . . . . . CO1
Onions $1. 0
Clilckene , sj Ol U zen
COWR , , . . 'J 75
Straw lOc cwt
Take your eggs to the llaoket
Money to loan on choice farms.
dJO 3t VV. B. EABTUAM.
Dr. T. W. Baas , dentist , Broken
Cosmopolitan patterns ton cents.
No more. SNYDKE BROS.
3,000 pounds of Xmas candy just
received at Oollom'n Grocery.
Ice cream soda 5 cents a glass at
Wilkms' drug store.
Cannon City coal at Diorks
Pepsin Gum , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINB' PUABMAOY.
A pair of young draft horees
inquire at Lee's barn.
Best stock tarm in Custor county
for sale , at $8 00 per aero.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
Call on or wnto Broken Bow Ab-
Htiaot Co. when in need of an ab >
stract of title. E.lioyseAbstracter.
Ladies interested in the Yiav
borne treatment should consult Mrs.
Ed. Royte at her home. 11 1 tf
Fifteen nice thrifty pige. Call on
d2 tf DB. C. PJCKETT.
A full line of holiday goods
such as toys , phovo albums , toile
nets , drums and baud sleds at the
When in need of a firat-olftss
auctioneer , call on or address
R. D. SULLIVAN ,
Broken Bow , Nebr. tf
The Racket Stoio has the finest
lijo of ohiuaware , in the city , a
prices awcy below competition
Call and get our prices.
Very fine Blue Barred Plymoutl
Ruck ohirkoris for sale , 3 miles
west of city. W. M. VANNICE
Bang's galleries at Broken Bow
and Ansloy , are both open all the
time , cabinets at $200 and $3.60
and fine crayon pictures cheap
Farms for sale and lands for rent
Now is the time to get a farm cheap
as iho cheap farms are all pomp
and pncos are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BUENIZEU.
Old iron not wanted aftar DPO 27.
Diorks Lumber & Coal Co.
Two good quartets of land for
ale cheap eight miles south of town ,
do tf A. T. SKYHOLT.
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
\Vilkins' drug store.
Got ray prices on Cnr'.Htmas
oandy and nuts for your Chrislmati
rce. A. A. COLLOM.
Write Haydou Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for priaet *
and samples. 9 8 lyr.
Sealing wax good for canning
purposes ot Wilkins' drug store.
Wanted A copy of tbo
f July 12 , 1000 for a patron
A liberl prioo will bo paid for it.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co E. Royso , Abstraoter ,
Notice to IIuntvrH.
Parlies arc forbidden to hunt on
my promises and .land under my
control , under penalty of the law.
dO-lm Wit. FUANKLIN.
FOB SALK A one story cottage
with six largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price $000 ,
Call on L. J. Gandy or at Ibis
office. 7 lOtf
Sales cried in Ouster and adjoin
ing counties. Terms reasonable.i
Broken Bow Nebr.
FOE SALE ,
HL.ACKH9IITBI 8HOI * , 0x40 ,
Now Wood shop In back part , nil floored ; front
flnoroJ wltli 2-lnch plank ; alee my TOOLS AND
sTOCK , Everything complete nnd now ; sooil
trudc ; rujison for soiling , poor licjlth. Will soil
fur < neh or bankable noics. For particular ! ) , Inquire -
quire of or address WM DAVIS ,
P. 0. Hex 037 , Broken Bow , Nebr. dl3tf
I have on hand nine hundred tons
nf hay , and a fresh range , 0x8 miles.
This hay and run go is for sale , or U
wi'l ' winter .500 ncad of cattle , at $3
per heaa. I have plenty of * * well
and river water. Correspond with
do 3t L. H. U ABB'S ,
Dunning , Npbr.
GIUL WANTKD $20 a month , to
do general housework in a family
of four people. House ha ? water ,
gas and furnace. One orw to milk.
Middle aged woman of experience
MRS. M. F. BABUOW ,
Douglas , Wyoming. d3 2
Pur Haiti or Trade.
A span of horses , harness , a good
Moline wagon , riding cultivator ,
"Tho Bay , " a walking listerwith the
latest attached drills , Will sell or
trade for hogs or cattle.
HKNRY Mo DUE ,
One and a half miles northeast of
Broken Bow , Nobr. dO-4w
For Christmas presents , A. W.
Drake has just received a now line ,
of frames and mouldings , consisting
of Flemish oa , triple venire qmr-
ter stock , in light and Flemish
black , gilt ornaments , fancy floor
rockers , in fifteen styles. Always a
line of second hand heating and
cook etovfH , as good as now , at
present at one fourth price of new.
Job printing at this oflioe.
The county board adjourned
sine die last Thursday night.
A. A. Stuckey , of Ausloy , made
this office a friendly call yesterday.
A , Wallace has accepted a posi
tion OB olork in Collum's grocery
The REPUBLICAN wishes its many
readers a merry Christmas and a
happy New Year.
Mrs. M. E- Lewis and her son
Qoorgp , of Milh-r , are visiting in
the county with relatives.
Judge Sullivan opened an equity
terra of the district court this morn
ing. It will not last probably more
than two or three days.
Frank Gandy received , the liret
of the week , $100.00 as first prize
in geographical contest held in New
Yoik City. Th contest was held
for this mouth.
Charles Dooley , a young man of
Illinois , has been visiting , fnr the
past two weeks with his unolo ,
James Dooley , of this oily. He
will leave for his homo tomorrow
The Broken Bow Political Equal
ity Club will meet at the homo of
Mrs. D. M. Amshorry , Friday evening -
ing , Deo. 21st , 1000. Everybody
Mus , A. M. SNYOKU , Sec.
The county board will moot in
regular session Jan. 8 , 1001 ,
Senator Currio and wife wore
business visitors in the city Mondpy ,
E. L Bunoh has a tine assortment
of Christmas candies which ho is
The Covey aistord are visiting at
their old homo in Iowa. They may
remain all winter.
. The approach of the holidays has
made this a busy week for the mer
chants. Trade has boon good.
C. II Partridge , who had thought
of returning to engage in the hotel
business has leased a hotel at Ord.
There wore a number ot citizens
of Ausloy in the city yesterday , at-
tHiding the Gross preliminary trial.
J R Maupin and wife of V illisca
wa are visiting in the city with
their parents , Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
JUH. Whitehead , register of the
United Stotes land oflloo secured
a furlough and bus gone to Wis
consin on a visit.
H. M Coblo will leave this oven-
iui ; , on a visit to Liberty , North
Carolina. Ho oxpoots to bo gone
a month or six wocks.
Mas. E.R. Purcell roUirpod Tues
day from Omaha where she has
been visiting with relatives for throe
weeks. Emi'rs on went to Omaha
Sunday to accompany her homo.
One of Mr. Mrs. E. E Wimmor's
twin boys that were born Friday of
last week died Monday. The bo-
reared parents have the cinooro
r 8 } mpathy of their many friends.
Fr.ink John and Mr. Knorr , have
purchased Messrs Peal and Bush-
noil's interests in the dryg ods and
grocery store , ownnd under the firm
name ot Peal , John & BuHhnell.
Mrs. Jefsio D. Sherwood Sauvo ,
of Utah , was a city visitor Monday.
She was here looking up her father's
estate. She went to Arnold , whore
she formerly lived , Tuesday morning
This oflico acknowledges a
friendly call from P. R Peterson
and I. M. Chriiitiauson Tuesday.
The latter is from Choyouno , Wyo. ,
and is at homo visiting with his
parents near Berwyn.
'V. H. Farror has opened up a
lunch counter in the building east
of Lodwioh's law oflico. Oysters
herved in first class order. Meals
or lunch served from 0 , a. ra. to 11
pm. Patronage solicited.
The I. 0. O. F. lodge is having a
room out off from the rear end of
their hall for a banquet room. This
is a much nueaod improvement , and
will bo greatly appreciated by the
several lodges that moot there.
Win. Oxloy's trial for the murder
of W. H. Fullhart , will not bo hold
before the latter part of January or
the hrst of February. JuJgo Sulli-
vm has not yet fixed the time of
a jury term of court , but it will bo
on one of the above dales
The members of the county board
that atlondod the state convention
of county supervisorn , at Aurora.
I iHt week were , Goo. Carr , C O.
Luid , J W. Conloy , Benj , Nicholas ,
J. T. Arthur and GH. . Thorpe ,
supervisor olool. They returned
John Scott , of Westerville , was
a friendly caller Tuesday. Ho says
several of his neighbors have lost a
number of cattle , with the cor. ,
stalk disease , among whom are ,
Glovers of Dry Valley , and A. II
Copsoy. Mr , Scott has fortunaloly
The preliminary Irial of George
Gioss of Ansloy , who was charged
with committing rape was had yester.
day afternoon before Judge Armour.
'Two charges were filed against him
by his stop daughter. The court
bound him over to the district court
in the sum of $1250 in each case.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W , Apple.
The Stevenson Bros , sold out their
"Big Onion roHturaut" last wnek , the
other restaurants buying the goods.
Pat Stevenson started for Missouri ,
the homo of his parents , Saturday
night , and John stayed until Sunday
night , collecting up his accounte.
Ho gees to Grand Island to work in
a wholesale fruit house thiro.
are made witk Royal Baking
Powder , and are the most appe
tizing , Jiealthful and nutritious
Hot biscuit made with im
pure and adulterated baking
powder are neither appetizing
It all depends upon the bak
Take every care to have
your biscuit made with Royal
baking powder , if you would
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HOYAL BAKINQ TOWDER CO. 100 WILLIAM 8T. NEW YOHK.
Goo. GroHB , of Ansloy was ar
rested and brought to tlio oily last
Friday evening ) on the obaroo of
commiting rape , upon hit * sixtcon
year old stop daughter , Pearl Mor
ris. Gross IB the same man who
it was reported heat hit ) wife lunt
summer , and broke her nose , and
whipped the daughter tor interfer
Fred Lazouby and Dr. Trout , of
Morua , appeared before the county
court Monday , on a charge of light
ing and disturbing a religious meet
ing one night last week. Lazenby
plead pinky to the charge and watt
lined fS.OO and oral , total $7 75 ,
which ho paid. Trout rofuncd to
plnad guilty and his trial was set
lor the 24th of December.
Mrs. F. Moore received word by
telegram , Monday night , that hoi
stepfather , Mr. Win. Hubbell , died
at his son's in Iowa Sunday.
The remains wore to bo shipped to
Bradshaw Tuesday , and Mrs. Moore
loft Tuesday morning for Bradshaw ,
and will return next Friday. Mr.
Ilubbell was R. E. Wriuht's stepfather -
father , and was formerly a resident
of this place.
Uncle Jake Wolf , oommissoner
of public lands and buildings , was
in the city Monday , superintending
the sale of school land leases. Wo
understand ho leased all the school
landhe had listed in the county. N : >
doubt eomo of it was bid in by
speculators , and if they can not
dispose of their contracts , will allow
it to go back to the state as in
usually the case.
Rev. J. B. Daly , a member of the
Colorado Baptist State convention ,
an evangelist of fine reputation , is
expected here , to begin a series of
meetings in the Baptist church
within a week or two. Rev. Daly
is an or ootholio priest and is said to
bo a very able and effective speaker ,
and a very successful evangelist
Ho has made an evangelistic tour
of the world and has a world wide
reputation. Such in on as Rev. J.
W. Crooks , general missionary of
Colorado , Dr. Jordan , of Denver
recommends him very highly.
Special Meeting of A. 0. U W.
The A. O. U. W. lodge will have
a special meeting Saturday night.
Business of importance is to bn
transacted , and all members are
urged to attend.
The Filhpinos are said to betaking
taking the oath of allegiance to thu
United States , at the rate of 1000
a day ,
A Netv Innovation.
The gentlemen of the Baptist
church will inaugurate a now plan
for raising church funds on Friday
night of next week. It is the rule
for the ladies of the churches to
boar the burdens and hard work
connected with church socials , din
ners and fairs , while the men acted
the part ol guests. The gentlemen
will servo oysters , cake and ooffeo ,
Friday night , Due. 28 , in thu room
in the Realty block , formerly cccu-
piud by W. II. Ponu & Co. They
extend a cordial invitation to the
public , and the ladies especially.
The ladies who feel kindly towardo
thie departure from the usual CUH.
torn , are invited to come and bring
their friends along , and help to
make the enterprise a snoocst , as it
may induce the gentlemen of the
several churches to adopt this plan
in the future. A royal good time
Paul MoCormick , a stockman of
Montanna , who was at Omaha last
week , rociovud wcrd that his son
was very sick and ho lould have to
come al once to see him alive. Me-
Cormick telephoned to the B &M.
superintendent for a special train ,
and in forty minuets was flying n
the rn'e of a milo a minute towards
his Montanna home. Between Ro < -
venna and Soneoa , a distance of 130
mik'S , was made in 123 minuets in
cluding uight minuets stop for water
and coal at Ausolmo , The cheering
uows to the 1)0 } , of I ho t.peed his
father was making to reach his bed
side , so olectilied his system , that
a change for the bolter sot in and
when the father reached him ho
was out of danger The swift ride
cost the father a dollar a milo , over
Yesterday afternoon W. B. Eist-
hiu'ri barn , on the north aide was
Inn nod. The tire originated by a
latin girl live years old playing
in thu barn with matches , foriunally
the horses worn looee , and as noon
as the door was openedtlioy escaped ,
and the buggy was removed , but not
until it wan badly scorched. The
barn contained some hay which wont
up in smoke , twosutof harnesslawn
mower and many other articles of
value. The barn wap partly covered
by insurance. Tlio tire alarm was
not turned on until ih- lint was well
under way and when the hose com-
pariy reached the tceno , they were
only able to save a small part of the
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