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VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 27 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 28
AM I BID ? "
Tbat'a jnit how I feel about my prcicnt
I jewelry Block How mnoh m I bid on \
HD ; article In my ft' ro ? I feel I can bet
ter nilotd to take Youn price , rather than
insist npon getting mine during the next
I 80day . J
While tny holiday trade was excellent ,
I have a lurplus stock of floe goodi.that I
cnnnot iffort to carry Into the corning
I pprlng. A lew vtocki will end these
Ciradvate of Chicaeo Opthalmlo College.
e School Books ,
School Supplies ,
J , G. Haeberle's.
It isn't tue mnterlNl
tu t tfotH Into vour
repaired wutcti that
In a pcrlt ct
, It latlie flo\U
tbuUlotatbobuelnees , nuy bungler
can buy the fine kinds of material
that I U"o in repairing ; but ekill
IB the most valuable material that
: an bo need In watch repairing :
and the buntileroan't buy it. I
sell ray skill ( or what It IB worth
uud ll will cost you leas than
bungling at lower prloee.
F. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician.
West Bide , of square.
0 = 3 03
FOR SALE ,
MY IlLACKHMI I H HHOP , OX4O ,
New wood ebop In Nek part , all floored ; front
flnorc I wltli 2-Inch plank ; nl o im TOill.b AND
bToiK , KrcrythlnK complete and new : Rood
trade ; reason ( oi selling pour bo' ' lib. Will sell
for raili cir bankable no en For particular * . In.
quip' ot or td < lrc SM DAVIS.
P. O lloi 637 , Broken Bow , Nebr dIStt
PENN 4 DORIU8 ,
f , DLAOK81IITH8.
All < lnda of work In our line done
promptly and In flrit-olaea order. Red
Sbjp on the corner , west of the bosp
house. Qlve na a trial.
Wheat . _ . M
ISarley . . , . . . . . . . . . . Sic
Oats . . . . . _ _ . . . 25r
Corn . . . 23
Kye . . . U
Batter . . . SO.
EgKS . }
Potatoes- . . - . CO *
Onions . . . . . $1.0
Chickens . , . SIX d'len
DOBS . , .4.20
COWS . 375
I B Users
r Tarkejs . 60
Straw . . . _ . IDc ew (
Take your eggs to the Racket
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkine' drug store.
Money to loan on choice farms.
d20 3t W. B. EAOTHAM.
Dr. T. W. Baas , dentist , Broken
Cosmopolitan patterns ton cents.
No more. SNYDER Duos
3,000 pounds of Xmas candy just
received at Collom'd Grocery.
Sealing wax good for canning
purposes at Wilkins'drug fltoro.
Old iron not wanted after Duo 37
Dierks Lumber & Coal Oo.
lee uream soda 6 cents a glass it
Wilkms' drug store.
Cannon Oity coal at Dierkn
Pepsin Gum , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINS' PHABUAOT.
Go to Mike Scan Ion's restaurant
for ibo btst lunch and confection
ery in town.
Write Httyden Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for prxset
nnd sample * . 3 8 lyr.
Beet block tarm in Ouster county
for nale , at $8 00 per acre
JES K GAKDT
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab'
stract Oo. E. Royso , Abatraoter
Get my prices on
> andy and nuts for your Christmas
tree. A. A. COLLOM.
Two good quartets of laud for
nalo cheapeight miles south of town
do tf A. T. SBYHOLT.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab-
utraot Oo. when in need of an ab-
struut of title. E.KoyBiiAbalraotor.
Ladies interested in the Viavi
home treatment should consult Mrs.
Ed. Royce at her home. 11 1 tf
Fifteen nice thrifty pig ? . Call on
112 tf DB. O. PtOKETT.
A full line of holiday goods ,
such as toys , phovo albums , toilet
MctB , drums and hand sleds at the
For Bae. |
Twenty acres of well improved
land within a mile of Broken Bow
for $700. Inquire at thia office.
The Racket Stole baa the finest
lijo of chiuaware , in the city , at
prices awpy below competition.
Call and got our prices.
Notice to HanterH.
Parties are forbidden to hunt on
my premises and land tinder my
control , under penalty of the law.
d8-lin WM. FKANKUK
FO&SALB A one story cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price (000.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
office. 7 19tf
CblcStens For Hale.
Very fine BIuo Barred Plymouth
Rook chickens for sale , 9 miles
west of city. W. M. VANNIOE.
Bang's galleries at Broken Bow
and Ansley , are both open all the
time , cabinets at $3.00 and $2.60
and fine crtfyon pictures ohoap.
Fnrmn for nalu and lands for rent
Now ir * the time to get a farm cheap
H the cheap farms are all going
and price * are advancing rapidly
Sales cried in Ouster and adjoining -
ing counties. Terms reasonable.
Broken Bow Nebr.
W. 11. Farror has opened up a
lunch counter in the building eas
of Ledwioh's law office. Oyster
rerved in first olais order. Meal
or lunch served from 0 , a. m. to 1
pm. Patronage solicited.
For auitt or Trude.
A span of horses , harness , a goot
Moline wagon , riding cultivator
"The Boy , " a walking lister.with th
latest attached drills. Will sell o
trade for bogs or cattle.
HSNET MOORK ,
One and a half miles northeast o
Broken Bow , Nobr. dO-4w
Job printing at this office.
Small pox is reported at Ausloy ,
tlorna and Ansclmo.
E D Glace went to Iloldrodgo
aet Saturday morning.
The city council is building n
> pst houdo a mile south west of th < )
W. D. Blaokwell and wife are
aking a few days vacation at
Omaha this week.
A. T. Soybolt accompanied hia
mother to Lincoln Saturday , where
IP will visit for a few days.
Minor Taylor was among those
who took advantage ot the holiday
ates to make a trip east Saturday
0. H. and J D. Stoero , of Iowa
? alls , arrived in the city last week
on a visit with their mother Mrs.
Edwin end Arthur Mjors , and
losooo Baldwin are at homo this
week from Lincoln , whore they are
attending the State University
It is an ill wind that blows needy
) ody good. The doctors have
eaped a rich harvest in the past
wo weeks in vaccinating the many
V. 0-Talbot and wife , of Dun
ning came down tha first of the
week from their ranch to spend
Christmas with their reiativts and
riends of this vicinity ,
Doc Trout of Merna , who had his
ury trial Monday , before Judge
Armour , on the charge of disturb *
ug a religious meeting at Morna
eoeutly , waa found not guilty.
Miss Mary Barrott , who has boon
visiting nith Mr. and Mrn. Nine
tlcComas the fore part of the week ,
oturned to her home in Broken
Sow yesterday. Merna Sun.
B. O. Swoazy , of Clarinda Iowa ,
was in the city last week looking
after hip hotel , the Commercial.
rVh'lo here ho leased the hotel
or another year to 0 H Kennedy
Jr/rot. Jtt. D. 1'iokott , ot ( Jontral
3ity , was a friendly caller today ,
lo and his wfie are up spending
heir vacation with Mrs. Pioketl's
> arents , Mr. and Mrs. David Hilton
The fair hold bv the Episcopal
church on the 12th and 13th of this
month , was quite a success ( inan
oially. The receipts for the two
meals and sale of fancy articles the
adios had prepared amounted to
The Ouster Co. Teachers Aesoois-
ion met nt the school house in
ilerua lost Saturday and a full at-
endanco is reported. The program
was an unusaly good one and was ap *
irooiatod by all. Mies Honne pro
tided at the meeting. Merna Sun.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
A genuine case of small per ap
peared in the city Christmas. The
city council took prompt action in
establishing a strict quarantine to
prevent it from spreading. The
patient is Ray Gadd , who recently
returned from Alliance. Ho has it
in a very mild form.
A fortnight ago a very serious
accident happened to a Mr. Biroh ,
of Cliff table. He was handling a
gun in some way when it exploded ,
injuring his face terribly an 1 put
ting out one oye. He refused to
secure medical aid for it till Satur
day , when ho came in and had Dr.
Robinson dress his wounds. Ar
nold items in Callaway Courier.
The several Sunday schools of
the city appropistly observed Christ'
mas eve , by providing entertain
ment tor the little folks. The Bap
tist had a sleigh instead of the true
and the exercises consisted of reoi
tatione , songs and a cantata entitl d
"Who is Santa Olaus. , , The ME
church bad a manger insead of a tree
T. A. Miller , editor of the Morna
Sun was a friendly caller at this ,
office ypsterdayr Ho cxpcots to
dispose of his business soon ant
move back to Omaha , where lie
will accept a position as compositor
in one of the city offices. Parties
wishing to engage in the news paper
business can secure a plant choaj
by seeing Mr. Miller before he sells
Judge Holoomb oi Lincoln is in
the city visiting , with friends and
rela lives ,
Leslie McWilliama , foreman of a
B & M. bridge gauge ot Edgdmont
is nt homo upending the holidays
J. N. Pcalo and Clias BuBhuoll
ImvH opened up a grocery store in
the room in the Realty block re
cently vacated by Snyder Bros.
Alex Poruio , of Wfissurt , was a
welcome caller at this office Monday.
Ho availed himself of the oppor
tunity of our clubbing list prices.
John H. Ilutohinson , who lives
north of town received the sad ujws
fiom his old homo in Iowa tint his
mother's house was burned , and his ,
mother , brother and sister were
btirnod to death last week.
George Troyer , and Miss Maude
MoCondless worn united in marriage
at the homo of the bride's parents
on Cliff table , on Wednesday ot
last week , Rov. Ransom , of this
place officiating. Callaway Courier
J. J. Douglas , post master at CaU
away , who submitted to a eurgioal
operation on hia arm recently , by
having part of the bone removed ,
wo are pleased to hear ie gaining
strength , and his oranoes for re
covery are flattering.
The Callaway Courier is authority
for the statement , that Governor
Poyntor ha11 revoked the requiei-
tion granted the Kansas Sheriff for
the arrest and removal of J. II.
Worloy , who w s wanted in the
Sunflower state , on the change of
rape. We understand that Worloy
laas since married ono of Ouster
At the mid week meeting of the
M E church last week , the attund-
inco wan largo , especially in the
evening , when Bishop MoOabe was
advertised to tpoak. The object
of the meeting was to rally their
"oroos , and provide moans for clear
ing the indebtedness of the church ,
[ ti this they were quito successful ,
over $1500.00 was pledged.
Fred Baisob , oldest ion of J. S.
3aiscb. who for the east thrco rears
ias been employed in J.G.Haeborlo's
drug store , has accepted a position
in George Ereisheimer's drug store
it Missoula Montana , on a salary
of $50 per month. Mr. Froishoimor
was formerly a resident of this oity
and was engaged in the drug btni-
Hs'with Mr. Ilaeborlo , Fred is
ono of Broken Bow's most esti
mable young men , strictly moral ,
lonest and temperate and it is with
> lcasuro the RBPUULTOAN notes his
iromotion. Fred's success is the
csultof his faithfullnosB and should
> o a lesson to ether Brakon Bow
) oys. He will leave Saturday eve.
Regular mooting of the M. B. A.
will not bo hold Friday owing to
hi ) oity quarantine.
A Cure For Small Pox.
"A correspondent of the Liver-
joel Mercury writes ; I am willing
o risk my reputation as a public
man if , the worst case of small pox
cannot bo effectually cured in three
days simply by croum of tartar , this
is the sure nnd never failing remedy.
One ounce oi cream of tartar dis
solved in a pint of boiling water ,
to bo drunk when cold , at short
intervals. It can be taken at any
time and is a provenativo as well as
a curative. It is known to have
cured in thousands of cases without
a failure It never leaves a mark ,
never causes blindness and always
prevents tedious lingering. "
Prof. J. E Adauson bus greatly
simplified the work in tbo telephone
office of the oity , by placing in it a
power generator , which removes the
necessity of turning the wheel to
ring the call boll for patrons. It
not only lessons the work of the
operator , but enables her to render
much more efficient service. At
boat the operator at the central has
very tedious and constant employ
ment , and the now attachment
greatly aids her in the performance
of her work. The power generator
was put in last Friday night , The
maobinery is enclosed in a fine
glues case , to protect from dust
Prof. Adamson's efforts to render
the boat possible service to the pat
rons of his telephone system , is com
mendablr , as ho spares neither pains
nor expense when ho sees where , by
an additional expense , he can better
the service. This is clear gain to
tbo public , as bo does not increase
his rates of toll ,
In Use the most Economical
Greater in leavening strength , a
spoonful raises more dough , or goes
Working uniformly and perfectly ,
it makes the bread and cake always
light and beautiful , and there is never
a waste of good flour , sugar , butter
With' finer food and a saving of
money comes the saving of the health
of the family , and that is the greatest
economy of all.
AK.NO . . .OWDIIt Oa. . SaW
CHICAGO. * ° 'd ' cheap , but are dear , at any price , because . -
cause they contain alum corruMve pouon.
i U tbo residence of the brlde'e
parent * . In llerwyn , Canter county , NeUr. , Duo.
fcth , 1900 , bjr Her. It. Uollli , Mr. Herbert A.
Cuinralna , of Aneloy , nnd Mlta Ada A. lotl ) , of
The bride was the recipient of
many beautiful and useful preHontB ,
the gift of her many admiring
friends , and in common with thorn ,
wo heartily wish thorn a long and
iroaporous voyage on the ocean of
K Dlauor At the reildenco of tbo officiat
ing ralnletor , near Berwyn , Caitor county , De
cember 8 < th. IflOO by UtT.H.llollli , Mr. Edward
L. Allen and Mlu Ueulo Hlstiop , both often
ton , Nebr.
The groom is the son of Mrs
John Moore , formerly of Castor
county , but now of Oklahoma. Ho
a a pushing , energetic young far
mer , and with his accomplished
wife will rent a farm near Kingston.
3ur prayers and best wishes go
A c PaHBT At the reildenco of the bride's
porent , three mllea ai > t of Mntna , Cuetor
county , Nebr. , D. comber 20th , 1000. Mr. Ooorpe
W. Luce , of Murray , Iowa , and UUi Barnh 1) .
1'erry. ot Merna , Nebr. , Her. 8. W. Ulcuards
The bride is tbo daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E L. Ferry , highly respect
ed citicuna near Merna. oho is a
most estimable young lady , and
enjoys the esteem of a largo circle
of young friends.
The groom is a stranger to us ,
and we know nothing personally
about him except that ho is a young
man of splendid reputation , and
lives near Murray , Iowa.
The wedding ouroraony was wit.
ncssed by a largo number of invited
guests , ana a royal wedding supper
was served , which was * enjoyed by
all. 'Iho contracting parties were
the recipients of a largo number of
uoful and valuable presents. They
will leavfl soon for Murray , whore
they will make their home. The
RurimuoAN joins their many
friends in extending congratula
tions and wish thorn the full limit
of happiness and prosperity.
KINMKDT TALX > V At the reildenoe .of tbo
brlde'n parent * , ObrlitniBBnlpht , at 8 o'clock ,
Lieut. 11. K. KenumJy and Miw Hannlo Talbot ,
Her. Goo. n. Itoomer ufflctttlng.
The bride is the only daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. 11. 0. Talbot.
She is a native of Ouster county
having been born OD the Talbot
ranch near Berwyn in 1880. Since
1864 she , with her parents have
been residents of Broken Bow.
She was a member of tt.o graduat
ing class of the Broken Bow high
school in 1807 and enjoys the es
teem of a large circle of rdmiring
I The groom is the elder son of
Mr , and Mrs. 0. 11. Kennedy of
this city and is an industrious young
man of excellent business qualifi
cations. Ho was a member of Oo.
M of the fatuous first Nobr. regi
ment that did such valiant service
in the Philippine Islands. Ho waa
severely wounded in the battle in
which Colonel Stotsonburg was
killedijhaving been shot through ,
the lungs with a mnuHcr bullet.
From the rank of first sergeant he
wan promoted to 2nd Lieutenant ,
flo onjoyB the respect of a host of
friends. The wedding was a quiet
affair , there being only two besides
the immediate relatives invited ,
The guests , who numbered about
twenty-five , wore served an ologaut
supper that was very much relished
by all the participants. The con
tracting parties wore the recipients
of a number of valuable and otuc-
The Riti'unLiOAN extends to Mr.
and Mrs.Kennedy its bent wishes and
hopes their matrimonial career maybe
bo one of perpetual bliss and 'bat
prosperity may crown their lifo'j
COME ! FOLLOW THE CROWD
New Grocery Store
THE OLD STAND OF SNYDER BROS. ,
Wo are now open and ready for
business with a full and complete
line of fresh groceries and fruits.
Mr. J. N. Poale , late of the firm
of Peal , John & Butihuell in ut the
head and ho assures his old custom
ers and friends that ho will do all
ho can for their interest and will
appreciate a call , Mr. Alvin Burk ,
belter known as "Shorty" is with us
and will bo pleased to see his old
TUB PBALU OABII QUJOBUY Co.
Mrs. F. 11. Young returned the
first of last \f ok from Now York ,
whore she wont in charge of the
Nebraska booth lor the State Equal
ity Club , of whiuh she is president ,
Several states were represented at
thobazir hold in Now York , com
mencing on the 2d of Deoemberaud
Nebraska won the credit ot having
one of the finest exhibits there.
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