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VOL XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1001-EIGHT PAGES. NO. 35
s In Silverware the true criterion
Silverwiiro with quality IB hero
in nbuudunce , the kind tbat wears
OB well us it looks , with prices as
low ns qunllty Is high.
Don't forget the wedding in the
You may delight your frieuds
with a selection from my compre-
la the meantime why not comm -
m mence at home and beau'lfy your
i own tnblo ,
Graduate of Chlcneo OtHhalmlo College.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
J. G. Haeberle's.
Itlnti't tne material
tliut Into your
repaired wutcli tliiit
lit a perfect
| ut , it istue flow
thin dotaihttbueiuees , ttuy buugkr
can buy tuc tiuu kinds ot material
that J ue In repairing but ( skill
is the most valuable material that
jan bu need In watch repairing ;
und the bungler cnn'i buy It. i
eell my eikili for wuut It It ) wnnh
tltld it Will 0081 you k'Bd ttlMI
bungling at lowt-r prices.
Jewler nod Optician
West tide of square.
llarley 8J- .
Oat * . . . . . . - i5c !
Kyo ! H !
Mutter l& .
Potatoes CO :
Unions , $1. 0
llay. . . . _ 5.00
Dr. J. M. McLeod
1300 O etruct , LINCOLN , NKUR.
I Qoueral Surgery
HIMCCIAL.IBT J aud
( Diseases of Women
First-class hospital UcilltUi. < nn3-12t
Tilt' fitn'o of Acbraaka. 1 County Court Far
Cutter County , ) Said County.
At H geielon of tbe Couuty Court , beld at tbo
count } court room , tu mid ( or snld county , at
liroken How , on the JSth day of Februtjy , A. D.
IWH. fretentJ.A Armour. Couuty Judxo.
In tbo uitlUrot the eetalu ofiu. . llircock ,
d > ct Ubid.
W bureau , Lotterr of Admlnletration bare tbls
day been ( granted to IlbunuL. 13. Lllroock ai ad'
rninlbtratrix of tbe eeutu of Win. Hlrcock , de-
Ordered , tbat elx months be allowed far credi
tors to prveeut tbelr claim * aialuit. ; ( aid citato
for adjuitment aid aliouance , and oue year be
ullowtd tald t dmtulttrt trlz to tcltlu up laid
eiluli * , from tbe 15'h day of February , A. 1) .
Aud It la further ordered , tbat notice be glren
to tbo creditor * of ( aid citato , to appear b ror
me , ttt tbe couuty conrt room , In laid county , on
tbe IStb day of April , 1601 , on tbe 15th day of
Jutie , 1001 , and on tbu 15th day of Am nit. 1'JOl ,
at 10 o'clock a. m. , each day , by publication iu
it : tbo Cniici Couuty llejublicau , A neurepaper
pr.mcd lu e Id county , four weeks iuccee.lvclx ,
prior to tin * 15 b day ot April , 11)01 ) , lor lua pur-
poie of preueutiuK tbelr clalui for adjustment
and allowanc * . J. A. AJIMOUU , County judte.
Tro copy of ordnr. f 14-4t.
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
PEALE GASH GROCERY GO ,
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Poultry , butter and epgs wanted
.it Bowen's grocery teb7tf
A complete line of Ilfintz bottle
goodx. JOHN & KNURR
Pepsin Guin , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINS' PHARMACY.
Cosmopolitan patterns ten cents.
No more. SNYDBU BEOS.
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins' drug store.
Co mo and get our prices nn can
ned dry f ruis. We will not bo un
der sold. JOHN&KNEKH.
Beat stock iarm in Custer couuty
for sale , at $8 00 per aero.
A pair of young draft horses.
Icquire at Lee's barn.
Candy , nuts , fruits , all kinds of
breakfast foods , buckwheat Hour ,
niaj le syrup , silver drip , nothing
titter , at John & Knerr's.
When in need of a tirst-clasu
auctioneer-call'OD or address
* " " R. D. SULLIVAN ,
Broken Bow , Nebr. tf
FOB SALK Oue P. rcherou Nor
mauSlallion. Eequireof Jobn Wil
lit ? , one half mile west of Broken
Bow. f4 tf
R. D , Pickeit is again located in
tbe office with James Ltdwich aud
is ready to do all kinds of steno
graphic or typewriting work.
Phone 155. f'ebU 2t
Detective W. T. H. Baker , ot
Gothenburg , Dawson county , Neb. ,
was here during tbe Fullbart mur
der trial. He n Oue of tbe shrewd
est detectives in tbe west , feb 14 3t.
Very tine Blue Barred Plymouth
R ck ohhkttutj fur sale , 2 mile *
Aval oi I'ity. W , M. VANMCB.
. .20 dm
FoiiSAi.B A one story cottage
with six large rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings. Price $000.
Call on L. J. Gaudy or at
otiioe. 7 19lf
Farms for sale aud lands for rent.
Now it * tbe time to get a farm cheap.
as iho cheap farms are ail going ,
and prices are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BBUNIZFB.
BKOKBN bow , Neb , Feb. 12,1901.
To whom it may concern : I
hereby agree to furnish Butcher's
Pioneer History for all bonatide
orders given by May 1st 1901.
f4 3t E. S. FINCU.
For Hnle or Trade.
A house and lot in Mason City to
sell or trade for stock ; also a good
ten foot wind mill with tower , that
L will dispcso of the eamo way.
fob ? tf A. Y. SUTTON.
Brokoi Bow , Nebr.
To TIIK DKAF A rich lady , cured
of htr Deafness and Noises in tbe
Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial
Ear Drums , gave $25,000 to his In-
ttitute , so that deaf people unable
to procure the Ear Drums , may have
Item free , Address No. D 143 ,
the Nioholrton Institute , 780 ,
Eight Avenue , New York. jan3 ly
Notice of Reward.
A reward ot $5.00 will be given
for information leading to convic
tion of any one tampering or mod-
hug with any line , or shooting in
Hilators or doing any damage inten
ttonally on any line belonging to the
Broken Bow Telephone Exchange.
Warning is hereby given tbat any
persons so offending will be prose
cuted to ibe full extent of the law.
, BUOKKN Bow TBLBFUONK EXOII ,
320 acres of land for sale in Sec
8 , Tirp. 10 , Rge. 21. Good im
provements. H. W. HAMMOND
Hotel For Sale.
Hotel und furniture at Merna , for
sale cheap For particulars write
L G. Gordon. Mcrna Nebraska ,
First class farm for sale 4 miles
south east of Broken Bow , also vnr
ious other lauds , write for parti
culars. A. SlCYBOL-T
Broken Bow. Nebr.
Twenty acres of well improved
land within a mile of Broken Bow
for 8700 Inquire at this oQice.
Good stcck of general merchan
dise. For particulars write J J.
Stanford , Merna , Neb. j31 tf
We have not moved or bold out ,
but are at the old stand ready to
give you bargains ns in the past.
JOHN & KNKUU ,
I have u black Clydesdale stallion
to sell or trade for cattle or town
property. J. B. Huumcic ,
miles N. E. Berwyn , Neb. j24 tt
You can nave money by ordering
your reading matter through the
REPUBLICAN. Wo can furnish you
nearly all the papers and magazine
for IOHH thnn publishers prices.
Bright , honest and reliable young
men wanted to act In the secret ser
Address P. 0. box 250 , Lincoln , Nob.
Remember the Busy Big store.
They have anything yon want in
the grocery line. Drop in and look
arouud , make yourself ut herm and
see if our prices are not right.
JOHN & KNKUB.
FOUND By John GovSer of El
ton , a school order , on the streets of
Broken Bow Usucd tn Dora Hiatt ,
for $25 , by district No 100. The
order has been endorsed by MISH
Hiatt The owner can have the
order by proving property paying
for thia notice.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm. Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Call and get prices on groceries ,
queeriBware and dry goods , whether
yon want to buy or not. It may
save you money later. No trouble
to give prices and show goods.
Quick salen , small profits , prompt
delivery is our motto , at John and
Rroken Row HuNlncBs College.
As we go to press wo learn that
tbat the Broken Bow Business
College will open in full Sept. 2.
It has been endorsed by many of
our business men. and their motto
is "Hang On , Don't Give Up. "
The claim of thn other cough rnedl
does to be HB good na Cbnmberlniu'rf are
effectually set at rest in tlin following
testimony of Mr. C , D. GlaRa , an em
ployo ot Bartlett it Dennis Co. , Gardi
uer , Mo. He eays : "I hud kept adding
to a cold and oouuh In the winter ot
1897trying entry cough medicine I henrd
of without permnnent help , until one
day I w in the drug store of Mr.
Uouloban and he advlied me to try
( JbamberUln'a Cough Remedy nnd offer
ed to pay back my money If I wna not
cured. My lunga and bronchial tubes
were tery tore at this time , but I was
corabletuly cured by this remedy , and
have stiico aiwaya turned to It when I
got a cold , and soon tlnd relief. I also
reccnmmencl It to my friends and an ?
glnd to say It la the bust of all cough
medicines. " iTor sale by J G. Ilae-
Local Mention ,
Job printing at this office.
M. C. Warrington , of Mason , was
a city visitor yesterday.
Hall Solinoringor of Callaway , is
over taking in the murder trial.
Anton Smock , of Oconto , made
this oflico a friendly oall Tuesday.
S. VanBuekirk , of Merna , made
this office a friendly oall Tuesday.
J. B. Smith and W. VV. Burton ,
of Merna , wera City visitors Tues
Julius Ottun , of Round Valley ,
will have a public sale Woduebdny,1
Mr and Mre. Conrad Snyder are
tbo happy parents of a boy born in
their homo recently.
Tbo HIIOW has been disappearing
quite rapidly this week under the
warming influence of the sun's rays ,
Mi hi ? Pinkerton has taken charge
of the choir at the Episcopal church
and her beautiful voice will add
much to tbe musio.
A number from Arnold and in
the vicinity of Ansolmo are attend
ing court this week , as witinossos
in the Fullbart murder case.
Mr. John Albert , of WiHCousin ,
was a friendly caller at this oflico
yesterday accompanied by bis un
cle D. C. Kcnkle , of Woieort.
A series of meetings was begun
at Custer Center last Monday night
by the pastor , II. E My en * , who
reports good meetings and * an ex
cellent prospect ior a successful re
At a mooting of Co. M last Sat
urday night , Hugh Konuyor was
elected 2ud lieutenant , N. T. Gadd
first sergeant , Harry Wright and
Fred Stalk corporal and Sam Derris
The snow last Thursday and
.Thursday night was the heaviest had
ibis season. The wind drifted it
badly and in places it is four to six
I cut deep. It WKB probably flix or
eight inches on tbe lovol.
As we go to press -the Fullbart
murder case is still in progress and
the court room is crowded. Only
27 of the 1C8 witnesses liavo been
examined. The trial will run into
next week in oil probability.
Mrs. L. E. Town , eight miles
northeast of Westorville , near
Woissort , died yesterday morning
of child birth , ago 39 years. The
deceased loaves a husband and seven
children to mourn her death.
The Loup City , North-Western
says tbe attornys of Sherman cot'nty
have petitioned the judge to indefi
nitely postpone tbe February term
of tbe district court. Their action
was tuken for fear of introducing
smallpox in their town.
R. T. Baker , of CiiHtor Center ,
IKIH rented the U. L. Ward farm
and the Uriggs farm adjoining for the
( Misuiug year. Mr , Baker in a eood
farmer ai.d substantial citizen , and
wi'l ' make a miccutin oi it if anybody
does in his community.
Mr. and MrH. W. D. Blaokwoll
gave a 0 o'clock dinner in honor
ol Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crowther ,
Tuesday eve , who are hero on a visit
Tliore wore fouitoen proient an el
aborate dinner was served and a
good lime was enjoyed by all present.
Company M. gives their second
annual military ball on Fridiy
night , February 22 , 1901. This is
tbo anniversary of one of Company
Al's. hardest fought battles during
the war with Spain and later with
tht Filipinos. A grand time is ex
Saturday morning the thormrme-
tor registered 23 degrees below zero
at Haeberle's. Tbat is tbe coldest
this season , but the day following
was calm and tbo bright sun soon
changed the condition of thoatmoa
phore making the weather very oon-
lortablo through the day.
Ned Savage came over from Bar
gent Friday , returning Saturday.
He found the snow badly drifted on
the route and most of the way , there
waH no sign of a track ahead of him.
Ono track had proceeded him part
wav but the tracks had boon drifted
full of snow 111 the worst places.
Tlia greatest danger from colds and la
grippe la their resulting In pneumonia.
1 icuBonnble care ia uaed , however , and
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy taken , all
danger will bo uvoldt-d. It will cure a
cold or an attack of la grlqpo in leas
time than any other treatment , le IB
pleasant and eafe to take. Koi sale by
J. G. lloeborlo.
With this IBRUO of the KKPUHU-
OAN wo again hava sent out a num
ber of eamplo copies containing
part of the evidence in the Fullhart
murder trial. All who want the
remainder of the trial and the
official paper of Cuator county will
bo accommodated by filing their
request before next issue. Sub
scription price only ouo dollar per
Mr. Pittawny , a representative of
the Independent Line Telephone Co.
of Broken Bow , was in the city this
week soliciting subscriptions to ex
tend a telephone line to this place
from Comntook via Round Park.
The company contemplates putting
a line alsofrom Round Park to Ord
jiving tin direct connections with
our capital city Wo understand
hat Mr. Ptttaway mot with air
BUOOORB while here , and the ohstiooH
are good for the line to ootno. It
B certain to do so if the prophr ou-
oouragemont is given and we simply
say thin : It should be Arcadia
You are cordially invited to a par
lor social on the evening of Wed
nesday , Fob. 20th at the homo of
Mrs. Young in loving remembrance
of the eight-first anniversary of
tbo birth of Susan B. Anthony.
Refreshments will bo served. Ad
mission fifteen contn. Following
is the program :
Muilc- Instrumental , II K. Steyorn
Oponlnu Itomarks Hon. JK. Wliltoticml
Mediation Mlts Mory Dumbell
Music. . Mlceeg I'lukorton and LcKKCtt
ItoinarkB lr. ) 0.1'lckcll
HcclUtlon Mrs. J.J. Touluy
BluMD Instrumental Miti Ada Uoyyeu
Orlfilnnl 1'ocm Mrs. Caroline Carlos
ItuadluK Mr. K. Taylor
Mu ! c Uuot..Mln K te Taylor aud II.F Moyore
Hoc'.Utloii MlBa Olllo I'lckott
Heading Ur. lUhea
Mnslc Solo Mr Morris Ityorron
Kunmrks Mr. J. U. Doan
Uucltatlon Ml i Clam JoIIords
Holding . . . , Mri. Alpha MorKau
Jtiulo Mlsies I'lnkorlon uiul I/ogtuU ;
Surday , Feb. 17 , Sunday school
10 a. in. , sermon 11 a. m. Endeavor
0:30. : Evening theme , "Tho end
of Christ's authority. "
"Noah's Faith" will bo the sub'
ject of the panoramic picturh HOI-
mon at the IT. B. church next Sun
day evening. There will bo four
sermons on the lifo of Noah. The
morning subject will bo"Obedionco"
A cordial welcome to all.
Quinquagesima Sunday , February
17th , : 10:45 a. m Litany and Auto-
communion. Sermon on our love
for others. 12 m. Sunday aobool.
7:30 Vesper service , address on the
love of God for us. Solo : Miss
Pinkerton"JbBUBljOver of My Soul , "
M. B. CHURCH.
Tbe sermon at the Methodist
church next Sunday evening will been
on the subject "Jacob , " being the
third in the eeriea of biographical
formons now being preached on
Sunday evening ? . This will bo a
sermon to business mon. Revival
meetings will begin with the Sun
day evouing sorvioo and will con
tinue throughout tbo week follow
ing : On Feb , 24th Rev. , Goo. L
Baker , of Salora N J. , will oomo to
assist in the work.
Following is the dead letter liht
for week ending Feb , 12 , 1901 :
Mrs. Beokio Bucknor , Geo. Dr.es-
pen , "foreign card ; " J. C. Honakor ,
W. LI. Corner , Mrs. Mary Mooker.
Parties calling for the abcvo
ploabo say advertised.
L. II. JBWETT , P. M.
I'orfinna Wurd * Off Chohiru.
The cholera repeatedly duriiiK the
last century visited London and Paris ,
but at no time was there a death fiora
that disease among the operatives of
the perfume factories.
Munjr Trunslntlon * of Bible.
During tbe century the Bible has
been translated Into more than 35U
languages , which nine-tenths of the
human race can road.
A Convincing AiiHrrer.
" 1 hobbled into Mr. Hlnckman'a drug
atoroono evening , " saya Welapy Nelson ,
of Hamilton Oft.'and he asked mo to
try Cbamburlaln'a Pain Balm forrhfiim-
it'hm with which I had Buffered ( or a
long tlmo. I told him 1 had no faith
in any medicine as they all failed. lie
aald : 'Well if Chamberlain's Pain
Halm does not help you , you need not
pay for it. ' I took a bottle of It homo
and need It according to the dlrectiona
and in one week I was cured , und have
not eince been troubled with rheum
atism. " Sold by J. O. Uaeberlo.
A Church Acc i > U Parker Hlatur.
The Kraus statue of Theodore Park
er , mntlo in 188C , Is still a source ot
trouble. It was first rejected , with
many protests , by Parker's frlonds ,
and was retired from view , but It ha
now bceu accepted by the First par
ish ( Unitarian ) of West Hoxbury ,
Mas.s , , nnd will bo set up In front of
the church of that congregation.
Woman' * Unlvenltjr Club.
The Women's University club of Now
York la the latest organization among
college graduates. The alumna of the
various colleges luivo planned un or-
ganlKatlou with the object of building
* club house such as thoao enjoyed by
men. Seven hundred women gradu
ates wore present at a meeting held , ,
and the success of the scheme soonia
N KI-O JLuiiKhN ut Kvorytlilui- .
Bcott Owona , nn aged negro who re
sides near Navusota , Tox. , laughs at
everything that is said to him , no
matter how serious the commutation
may bo. Sometimes ho throws himself
on the ground , and there wriggles with
uncontrollable merriment Whon. tuo
upasm of laughter IB over , ho gravely
gets on his foot and looks as solemn
as a stntuo.
Htoni TruM In Arizona.
A potrllled forest , covering an area
of 100 square miles , has existed for
centuries lu Arizona. Thousamln aud
thousands of pctrlllod logs strew the
'ground and represent beautiful shades
of pink , purple , red , gray , blue nnd
yollow. One of the stone-trees 0paua
a gulf forty foot wide.
Hunt for Cliioliinntl School * .
A marble bunt of Mrs. Christina O.
Sullivan , the Ohio educator , ,1s being
mntlo by C. T. Webber , the sculptor ,
for the Cincinnati public schools. It
( Is the gift of several members of the
I ' National Educational association and
. the Southern and Ohio Tcachois' as
Couldn't Count tli K o r.
A Maine man sent his small son out
to count the now brood > sf chickens
which had hatched out that day.
When the boy returned ho sa d : "I
counted thorn all but ono , dadily , and
that oiio was running 'round so fast
I could not count him ! "
I.ltorntnra lu Ordinary Letter * .
The poet Swlnbiirno recently sntd
that If early in life ho had imnlo it a
rule to answer only such lottoi.s aa
came from friends nnd relative hLi
contributions to literature won ! , ; luvo
been uugumonted by the addition of at
least three volumes.
Our Kirn I. Having * Hank.
Tuo first savings bank established In
the United States was In Philadelphia ,
which opened Dec. 2 , 1816. It is said
that the first deposit made In this bank
was the sum of 3s , handed over the
counter by a boy. This bank was en
titled "The Savings Fund Society ot
Philadelphia. " The first bank of this
kind established in Now York was
chartered Nov. 25 , 1810 , and went Into
business July 3 , ISl'J.
I'utlenoo llottor tluin Aruin iit
If men wound you with Injuries ,
meet them with patience ; busty words
rankle the wound , soft language dress
es it , forgiveness cures it , and oblivion
takes away the scar. U is more noble
by sllenco to avoid an Injury than by
argument to overcome It. Beaumont.
TrHiupIng Cure * Coniuiuptlnn.
A Dayton , O. , man claims that ho
has conquered consumption by lead
ing a nomadic life. Twenty years ago
his doctor told horn ho could not 1'vo
six months. Then ho set out to ro i
over the country. After all th r.i
years of wandering ho claims t bo
cured and has returned to his h mo.
l' ll to Cliro Consumption.
Recently nn Institution was cponed
In Belgium for the alleged cure of tu
berculosis by the exclusive raw meat
diet. After a trial of a few months
the experiment was abandoned , as It
was found that there was no eillcacy
lu tire Ilichet cure.
Individual Coit of CJoTernmtMit.
Each Inhabitant of France pays' an
nually 17s. Cd. for the support of the
government , while each Italian con
tributes IGs. Sd. lil Germany and Bel-
glum the cost is 12s. tid. per head of
the population ; In Austria 11s. 8d. ,
and in Great Britain 8s. 4d.
Communicate from Ship to Ij ud.
Wireless telegraphy is used on the
steamers crossing the English channel
by the use of Marconi telegraphic In
struments , enabling parties on the
boats to hold Instant communication
| with those on flhoro.
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